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In this case, for the young woman involved, the good news is that she has been offered admission to other universities. She has also served to make this a national issue.
People and the government are looking at religiously affiliated universities in a much harsher light. That's good. You need look no further than the child abuse scandal affecting the Catholic and other churches to know that these institutions do not apply their values, principles and behavioural expectations universally.
People....are looking at religiously affiliated universities in a much harsher light.
...the government [is] looking at religiously affiliated universities in a much harsher light.
awc: Do you see any difference in a breach of the honor code or any rules when the breach harms only the individual, and when the breach directly harms another..... leaving out the idea not obeying rules may impact society negatively in the larger sense. Would you punish all those breaking the law equally? Regardless of offense?