Help Make the Honor Code More Honorable
Attention College of Communications students: Do you have trouble facing yourself in the mirror? Ever question how you can fall asleep at night?
There is still time to redeem yourself! The College of Communications Student Council will be holding a forum Thursday, October 7 in Carnegie Cinema at 6:30 p.m. to discuss the Student Honor Code.
All students in the College of Communications are encouraged to attend. The council hopes to gain student input on the Honor Code, drafted last year with the help of Professor Patrick Parsons.
Before you go, feel free to familiarize yourself with the current edition of the Honor Code. Say it a few times out loud, morals take practice.
Once you feel reacquainted with your conscience, come out and help spread the ethical love.
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