What sort of advice would you give to the student?

Choose one of the following scenarios which illustrate a variety of incidents that have occurred on a university campus.Imaginethat you are a residence hall counselor on campus, and the studentdescribed in the incident has come to you to ask for advice.What sort of advice would you give to the student?Explain why your advice represents the best course of action for the student to follow.
Scenario1: JessicaJessica is a 22-year-old Mexican American who moved fromIllinois to attend college in California. Lately, she has noticed thatthe majority of her Hispanic classmates are able to speak both Englishand Spanish fluently, and most speak Spanish to each other in herChicano studies class and socially.Jessica’s parents spoke Spanish athome but did not insist on their children becoming bilingual. For thisreason, Jessica understands Spanish when it is spoken to her, but shedoes not speak it fluently.Jessica has found that she feels morecomfortable and relaxed in classes where most of her classmates arewhite rather than in her Chicano studies class, where she does not sharethe experiences of the other Hispanic students. This realizationhasupset her, and she has come to you for advice.
hangingout at the park when they noticed a car pull into the empty parkinglot. No one got out of the car for nearly an hour, and it was gettingdark. Jim and his girlfriend had planned to stay a while longer, but thecar made them feel nervous.As they left the park, they passed nearbythe car, and Jim knocked on the window to see if the occupants neededany help. As the window rolled down, Jim noticed that the men wereblack. He said, “Hey, what’s up? What are you guys doing here?” One ofthe men was insulted, became angry, and stated that they had every rightto be in the parking lot. He claimed that Jim was racially profilingthem. He has gone to the campus mediation center to report the incidentand is demanding that Jim formally apologize.Jim is very upset becausehe feels he is being unfairly called a racist.