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Kelly Smith

UJC, Honor combat legal difficulties

A series of recent lawsuits and increasing amounts of administrative guidance have generated mixed opinions about the status of self-governance at two of the University's most symbolic institutions--the Honor and Judiciary committees. Public and media scrutiny, legal pressure and outside investigation have characterized the student-run organizations in the past year. Such legal intervention in the Honor and Judiciary Committees' workings, when coupled with other changes at the University, has threatened student self-governance, said Brock Jolly, Student Council vice president for administration. "Over the past few years, student self-governance has definitely been challenged, if not compromised," Jolly said.

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