Should university campuses be open to tourists?
Mar 19, 2018 04:05
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As spring came, cherry flowers in Wuhan University gradually came to full bloom. Famous for the Cherry Garden inside, the university is especially busy and crowded around late March and early April as many tourists may drop by and take a look at the cherry flowers. Throngs of tourists spoil the peace of campus and throw litter here and there, annoying many faculties and students. Should university campuses be open to tourists? The question stirred up hot discussion among the public.

As is known to all, around the world, many colleges and universities have historical relics or some unique natural scenes, like the time-honored Harvard and Cambridge. Visitors have the desire to stroll in the campuses to feel the strong academic atmosphere and the history of the school. In China, Qinghua and Peking universities also enjoy the same fame. Many parents love to visit the universities together with their little children to inspire their longing for knowledge.

For me, campuses can be open to tourists, but with some limits and rules. For example, universities can charge entrance fee from visitors and use it for maintaining the school environment. In this way, tourist number may also decrease. In addition, visitors should enter only within the specific time to not disturb students.

What do you think guys?
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