Stay out of trouble when the weather’s nice

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Becky Weiss ’10, chair of the WSA’s Student Affairs Committee and incoming Vice-President for 2009-2010, writes:

WSA members have worked closely with P-Safe, the Dean of Students office, and ResLife, to develop a document that details everything you should know in order to protect your rights and prevent from getting into trouble with P-Safe or MPD.  It covers student rights and responsibilities in relation to the Code of Non-Academic Conduct and also contains some important tips on what to do when interacting with officers and reasons why MPD might come to campus.

Check out the latest post on the WSA blog, where you will find the short, easily digestable document.

[Photo: Justin LaSelva ’09.]