Student activists at Minnesota's campuses are getting involved in the national debate over Iraq. Peace activists at campuses across the state are planning protests, debates and votes to show their opposition to a potential invasion of Iraq. Some say today's student activists are better prepared to present their case than their counterparts from the Vietnam era. For many students, peace has become part of the curriculum in school. But some students don't consider themselves peace activists and say professors need to teach both sides of the issue, and push aside the anti-war ideology.