Should universities provide “trigger warnings” and “safe spaces” for students?

Should universities provide “trigger warnings” and “safe spaces” for students?

Debates on “trigger warnings” and “safe-spaces” in universities has risen significantly in recent times.
Many universities are against it citing its damaging impact on free speech. Opponents categorize this as unhealthy because it hampers personal growth and prevents students from growing and adapting.
Those in support insist that safe spaces and trigger warnings can help support victims of assault, PTSD and violence.
What are your thoughts? Should universities provide “trigger warnings” and “safe spaces” for students?
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