"There is no right answer?" A noble and true sentiment at times, but perhaps not the most appropriate thing to tell a young college freshman heady from his or her first draught from the well of subjectivity.

Students are, essentially, a heartless wolf pack and will close in on any hint of subjectivity, like it was an old or sick animal, to cull it from the herd of objectivity. Drunk with pseudo-intellectual concepts and their own youthful arrogance, they will use this point to argue just about anything if it squeezes a few more grade points from a beleaguered professor.

This is my only weapon, but it is a powerful one. What I say is this:

"There is no right answer; however, there are wrong answers."

That seems to do the trick.