I just read about the Oklahoma university chancellor who wrote about students thinking they are victims. I somewhat agree with him. I went to college and graduated at 22. I went back to college at 29 and it was a whole different world. Almost every professor now adds a paragraph to the class syllabus about behaving like an adult and if you have a question or problem to not send your parents to deal with it. One prof added that "...if you don't do your homework, you are not a victim if I fail you." Serious accusations aside (like racism, sexism, etc), what constitutes being a victim? Do you think people are losing the ability to distinguish victimization from entitlement? Again, I'm not talking about racism or sexual harassment or anything of that sort. I'm talking about adult students being treated like adults instead of being coddled.