By SAMANTHA BENNETT
Honor Code violations have been on the rise in recent years, according to new data from the Honor Council.
By JONATHON MYERS
In less than two minutes, I can get inside of any residence hall on campus. I’m not an RA. I’m not on the security team. I’m not even a resident. I’m a commuter student. As a commuter student, my EagleOne does basically nothing for me. It can’t unlock any doors on campus. Thankfully I don’t even need it. I don’t get in with my card, or by breaking a window, or tunneling underground. All I have to do to get inside is stand by the door and wait for some passerby to let me in.
By HOGAN LEPORE
The Honor Council, the body that enforces the Honor Code at the University of Mary Washington, is in the process of rewriting the school’s honor practices. Currently, all alleged honor violations are treated in the same way, regardless of the severity. The council wants to develop a tiered structure, in which smaller infractions will be dealt with differently.
By DAVID TINDELL
Since CourseHero.com began posting UMW class material, the popularity of ‘social learning networks’ online has been raising Honor Code concerns with UMW professors.
Social learning networks are online communities of students, educators and subject enthusiasts who are able …