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The Honor Principle *****and you!!!******

In my short year at Reed, and during the antsy eight months beforehand as a wide-eyed Preedie, I’ve constantly obsessed over the Honor Principle’s role in my relations with other people, other groups on campus, and the community as a … finish reading The Honor Principle *****and you!!!******

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Why I am on Honor Council…by Sarah Canavan

Since my appointment to Honor Council in the spring of 2015, I have been asked why I joined, several times. I want to approach this blog entry with that question in mind, but, I want to answer it by discussing … finish reading Why I am on Honor Council…by Sarah Canavan

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Switzerland (but not really)

Having served on Honor Council for the majority of my Reed career, I am often asked what exactly Honor Council does. The explanation, however, is not as straightforward as one might think. Explaining the Honor Council to other community members … finish reading Switzerland (but not really)

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Honor Council 101: What We Do by Frankie Breedlove

In my time on Honor Council I’ve often encountered folks who have no idea what Honor Council is or what we do. This, to me, feels like a tragedy because Honor Council is a wonderful resource that I hope more … finish reading Honor Council 101: What We Do by Frankie Breedlove

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Title IX, Nudity, & Reed Traditions: An Honor Council Forum

Thursday, September 19th, 20134:00pm, Vollum LoungeHonor Council present, Emily facilitatedAround 90 students, faculty, and staff in attendance.Bullet points signify an opinion expressed by a person, subpoints made by the same person.The comments at the end tend more toward recommendations for … finish reading Title IX, Nudity, & Reed Traditions: An Honor Council Forum

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Graffiti about Graffiti

22 posters (with pens) were put up in the GCC bathrooms, library, SU, and academic buildings, asking the simple question of what do you think about graffiti on campus? The posters were put up as a response to student outcry after … finish reading Graffiti about Graffiti

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