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Arts & Sciences Graduate students see tuition increase

A recent proposal to raise graduate school tuition for doctoral candidates by nearly $4,000 for the next academic year is part of an effort to ultimately lower tuition costs, according to Associate Dean for Graduate Academic Programs Philip Zelikow. Monday Feb.

A broken system

Members of the University community remain conflicted on next week’s Restore the Ideal vote, when students will decide whether to implement two hotly contested reforms into the Honor Committee’s constitution and bylaws.

Emergency Room visits spark new regulations

After more than 10 University students went to the Emergency Room last week with alcohol-related problems, the Inter-Fraternity and Inter-Sorority councils cracked down on drinking during IFC Recruitment.

Honor Committee endorses reform proposal

The Honor Committee voted Monday afternoon to support the Restore the Ideal Act. The act includes an informed-retraction option, which would allow students to admit honor offenses after a report has been filed against them and return to the University following a yearlong suspension.

Lampkin explains lack of notification in attempted abduction case

In a email sent to students Wednesday afternoon, Patricia Lampkin, vice president and chief student affairs officer, said the absence of a University-wide notification about the attempted abduction of a University student by a Runk Dining Hall employee last week was consistent with University policy.

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