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Thursday, September 9,1:97
TAKEN TOO LIGHTLY?

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examines

By LANI JORDAN
Crib notes written on the bottom of sneakers.
Sneaky glances at the person in the adjoining
seat. Papers and essays 'borrowed' from a
friend. All these methods and more, depending
on an individual's ingenuity, are part of an
age-old practice among college students -
cheating.
Does it worK? What nappens it you are
caught? Many people have visions of the offend-
er being severly reprimanded in front of the
entirerstudent body, - packing and leaving the
rUniversity in shame.
ACCORDING to Eugene Nissen, assistant
dean of the Literary College, and w h o
facilitates the handling of cheating cases, only
20 to 25 instance of creating are reported each
year.
And the number of incidents has not fluc-
tuated significantly in the past several years.

cheating
es too long to bring a case. before the
ittee. Others contend that they have little
) over class grading to begin with and
rather let instances of cheating pass by.
e a case is referred to the committes,.a
of three faculty and three student memn-
s appointed to review it. Both the pro-
and the offender are given the oppor-
to present their case before this panel.
members then decide whether a penalty
e envoked and its degree.
ION TAKEN in cheating 'cases varies
ncident to incident. It may be as lenient
etter of reprimand and a notation on .the
lual's academic record or as severe as
month suspension from .the University.
disciplinary action includes monetary
nd loss of credit for the examination or
in question.
committee tends to avoid assigning ad-
rative failure of the class as part" of a

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y Daily Photo by SCOTT ECCKER "I'm sure other cases (besides those reported) punishment," said Nissen.
CHEAT sheets are an age old method of preserv ing knowledge-even at the University level. occur, but they are probably resolved between The procedure for handling c
the professor and the student," said Nissen. currently being reviewed by a
"Faculty members. are encouraged to report pointed by Literary College D
(cheating) but it isn't a requirement." Frye established the committ
outcry by various faculty memb
CASES REPORTED to Nissen are referred year in protest of that cheaters
if as quickly as possible to the Academic Judiciary off" too easily.
Committee, composed of both faculty and stu- The committee will decide upo
dents, which hears both sides of the .incident and maximum penalty whichin
and decides upon a course of action. to cheaters. The Academic Jud
see According to Nissen, many professors are tee will retain the power of m
newsreluctant to report cheaters because they feel . decision within the given range
Get to know students from all schools and organizations. Come in calleCruising the city
and join us. AL
an j~D US.76-DAILY
Pendleton Room Social: Sept. 17th, 7:30 p.m. NEWLY ARRIVED By JAYEVIN
Question: What do you do if Ann Arbor's finest
2nd floor Union FiNEST QUALITY heavily-ticketed Volvo, a thief makes off with
AMER N INIDIA JEWELRY from a dimly lit corer near the Engin Arch a
shoes succumb to frequent trips to and from the li
FROM MEXICO
Island Park Picnic: Sept. 19th, 3:30 p.m MEXICAN SANDALS-POTTERY Fear not, student! This'city also has a massIt
*'STONEWARE--HAND MADE CLOTHING
AND MANY OTHER FINE GIFT ITEMS AND WITH purple buses cruising the streets,
Meet at the Union first to miss.
For a mere quarter (exact fare, please) youc
a regular coach or van. The city's van service, in
is commonly called "Dial-a-Ride," and offers t
venience of door-to-door service and special.i
. \ -handicapped passengers.
"Our ridership is growing, mainly because of t
24~e Jealerel erpea serVice," says Jan Nemvalts, marketing coordinat
imports and crafts from the Americas Arbor Transit Authority (AATA). "Not many com
309 E. LIBERTY 995-4222 area have it."
HOURS: 11 -6 TUES.-SAT.I eAAAPae
See ATA Page 9,
HILLEL FOUNDATION
WELCOMES YOU (back)
BElT MIDRASH
Program in Judaic Studies
Fall, 1976
HEBREW
BEGINNERS
INTERMGDCAUBHILLEL BASICS TO BEGIN A NEW YEAI
SPEAKING CLUB
BASIC JUDAISM-Introduction to the cul-
ture, religious traditions, and history of the (near Washtenow) Thursday, Sept. 9th-8:00 p.m.
Jewish people. PHONE: 663-3336 AN OPEN HOUSE. C
JUDAISM-A course designed to provide a BIBLICAL PROPHETS AND THE PEOPLE - Salom to g e C one n t filleldt
lucid formulation of the basic principles of Investigation into prophetic rebukes and con- DIRECTORS:Shalom to get acquainted, and to fin!
the Jewish religion. solations, w i t h the underlying assumptions who and what we are. Refreshments.
MIDRASH: THE BEGINNINGS-Study of the about the people and their God. RABBI BILL RUDOLPH
wonderful tales woven around the events and ARCHAEOLOGY AND THE BIBLE - The RABBI MARTIN BALLONOFF Friday-Saturday, Sept. 10th-1th
personalities of Bereshit. methods and findings of archaeology, and (Both are new here, and
YIDDISH-Introduction, with emphasis on their effect on Biblical historicity and faith.Bhare ewmee, nd e ch wee
speaking, to the mame loshen of East Euro- JEWISH MUSIC-Workshop on the ethnicECE
pean Jewry music of the Jews and of modern Israel. WELCOME: The House isopen WELCOMING THE SHABBAT
THE PRAYER EXPERIENCE-Structure and FAITH AFTER THE HOLOCAUST-Study of daily 9-5; drop in or call for CONSERVATIDAVENING-6:00 P.M.
content of the liturgy, phenonenology of the traditional and non-traditional responses to info REFORMA DAVENING-8:00 P.M.
worship experience and of relating to God. the crisis of faith caused by Hitler's destruc- C O M D ING-8:OO P.M.
JUDAISM AND CHRISTIANITY-Study of tion of European Jewry. COMMUNITY DINNER-7:0 P.M.

heating cases is
committee ap:
can Billy Frye
ee following a4n
iers earlier this
were "getting
n the minimumn
ay be assigned
iciary Commit-
aking the final
of punishments.
impound your
your Schwnn
nd your Earth
brary?
ransit system!
it's very hard
can hop either
itiated in 1971,
he added icon-
apparatus for
he Dial-a-Ride
or for the Ann
nunitis in the
4I
f
say
out

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Christianity and Judaism. MORNING TEFILOT
ARABS, ISRAELIS, AND PALESTINIANS - MINYAN-9:30 A.M.
Study of source materials dealing with the A1MIXED MINYAN-1:0 A.M. (in informativ
origins and development of the Mideast con- ROSH HASHANAH vE NY -ta. . i tnfollow)
flict stages, details to follow
MISHNAH BERACHOT - Textual study, in Sept. 24 Sept. 25 Sept. 26
Hebrew and English, of the basic rabbinic ORTHODOX (at Hillel) 7:00 P.M. 8:30 A.M. 8:30 A.M. Sunday, Sept. 12th
prayer halochot. CONSERVATIVE (at Lydia 7:30 P.M. 9:00 A.M. 9:00 A.M.
Mendelssohn) DELI, ISRAELI STYLE
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