Webster: Justice silenced

Dr. Alexander F. C. Webster, a professorial lecturer in the University Honors Program, argues that Student Judicial Services needs to be more open about outcomes, especially in cases as controversial as the desecration of the crosses by a member of the College Democrats.

“Designed in part to protect students who may be accused falsely, the usual inconclusive conclusion of the so-called student judicial process in this case succeeds only in unjustly protecting the indisputably guilty.”

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