Students Speak Up About Issues with the Dress Code

Organizers of the More Than a Distraction campaign, Sophomores Ananya Verma, Flora Chang, Andrew Wang, and Alice Drozd, pose at the conclusion of the Board Meeting.

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1 Comment on "Students Speak Up About Issues with the Dress Code"

  1. Mary Ann Pyzer- Hammond | October 24, 2016 at 8:40 pm | Reply

    Good for you students that speak up and voice your opinion. The times and ideas are constantly changing. Some restrictions are in place for good reasons. But it is up to the student body and administration to bridge these gaps together with understanding from both sides. We went thru similar discussions back in the ’60s, from mini skirts to granny dresses. Good Luck

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