UVa Vote Defeats Honor Code Change

A referendum has failed to change the UVa Honor Code‘s single-sanction system. Of the 5,569 votes, 3,346 were against permitting the accused to confess and receive a three-semester suspension instead of expulsion. The system currently has just one punishment: expulsion. Nick Chapin has the story in the Cavalier Daily.

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