Re: So we got caught, so what? But we did the right thing.
On Mar 21 8:03-0800, Thomas Bushnell BSG wrote:
> Manoj Srivastava <email@example.com> writes:
> > On 20 Mar 2006, Greg Conner told this:
> >> So we got caught trying to br BYU students. You guys win that
> >> battle.
> > Interestingly enough:
> > ,----[ http://honorcode.byu.edu/Ecclesiastical_Endorsement.htm ]
> > | Requirements
> > |
> > | Whether on or off campus, or between semesters, all students are
> > | expected to abide by the Honor Code, which includes: the Academic
> > | Honesty Policy, the Dress and Grooming Standards, and the Residential
> > | Living Standards. Students are required to be in good Honor Code
> > | Standing to graduate.
> > `----
> As you probably already know, Manoj, Honor Codes like this are not
> meant to be applied as strictly as they claim.
> The strictness is intended to provide only for the exercise of power.
> Gay students at BYU can expect to be expelled instantly, on the
> grounds that the Honor Code knows no flexibility or compassion; and
> then, as we have seen and can expect, lying is tolerated.
Actually, I think BYU takes their honor code very seriously (with the
exception of the football team). If you were to report such behavior to
the proper person, there would likely be some disciplinary action taken
to match the seriousness of the offense (impersonating someone could be
considered quite serious). And to be fair, any students involved in
extramarital sexual relations should expect immediate expulsion (if
anyone found out), this is not selectively applied to gay people.
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