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This fall, I worked with Dr. Lynn Neal again in her class on Sects and Cults (Religion 266). We did this two years ago, and had a few minor complaints. This year, we met as a group and discussed what happened before and the entire class conscientiously attempted to be less provocative in terms of text and imagery. The discussion before any exhibits were actually designed really helped set the scene for a sensitive working attitude by all the students. This helped identify potential problems before they occurred.