Most students don't get the chance to welcome and show their acceptance of diversity because it simply does not exist at Hastings College. Diversity at HC consists of boys and girls, various breeds of Christians, and students representing all the many areas of the middle class. The political scene is also pretty bland concerning all levels of politics. There doesn't seem to be an overwhelming concern or action regarding what goes on in the "real world." And while student government members are pretty serious about their positions, the majority of the student body is oblivious to their actions, even though these select students are spending thousands of their dollars.
Hastings' deficient mix of differences is definitely not for a lack of trying. The student groups that welcome many varieties of diversity are evidence that most of the students and faculty are open to differences. There is support for the little diversity that does exist on campus and hope that there will be more diversity to come.