Committee to review Code of Student Conduct

The Student Association Senate created a special committee Tuesday to review the University’s Code of Student Conduct.

“Individuals and student groups have been put on social probation and been fined, and the thing they always ask is, ‘Why? Why? Why?’ There are no answers. Nothing is defined in the Code of Student Conduct,” said Ben Traverse (U-CCAS).

The committee will be composed of five voting senators and will extend invitations to various University administrators.

SA supports Law School

The Senate voted Tuesday night to support the Law School’s decision to challenge the constitutionality of the Solomon Amendment.

This fall the GW Law School faculty joined the Forum for Academic and Institutional Rights, a group of law schools suing the Department of Defense over its “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” policy on homosexuals in the military.

-Tiago Forte

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