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Indiana Jones

By Haverford College. Honor Council

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[Indiana Jones (Indy)], a recent alumnus of Haverford, reported himself to Honor Council for three potential violations of the Honor Code that had taken place while he was a student at Haverford. Honor Council sent the case to an academic trial, in which the jury determined that two of the incidents that [Indy] reported constituted violations of the Honor Code. \ud \ud Throughout the trial the jury struggled with how to best restore [Indy] to the Haverford community as an alumnus rather than a current student. The final set of resolutions included a grade change in each of the courses in which a violation had occurred, as well as several resolutions directed towards community education and [Indy]’s restoration to the community. Throughout the trial, [Indy] came from off campus and out of town to attend all of the trial meetings that he could attend. He was offered the opportunity to Skype in instead, but he refused that option in favor of getting to interact with the jury in person. \ud \ud Because Honor Council was experiencing a heavy caseload when this trial was run, it was chaired by an experienced member of Council rather than by one of the cochairs

Topics: Academic Trial
Year: 2015
OAI identifier: oai:triceratops.brynmawr.edu:10066/17564
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