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amendments were rejected, even
though they were moderated from past
years' amendments to win University
approval.
In addition to denying students
full legal representation - which
the amendments requested only for
criminal cases, Block said -
changes to allow University students
to unilaterally open hearings for cer-
tain complaints against departments
without their mutual consent were
rejected, Block said.
And an amendment restricting the
University from charging students for
off-campus incidents also failed to win
approval. The amendment claimed stu-
dents would still be held responsible in
such cases by civil authorities, and the
University's rationale for rejecting the
change essentially echoed this argu-
ment, Block said.
"I'm concerned that the changes
that students feel are most important
to them and are most necessary to
them are not being incorporated into
the statement," he said. "Our most
pressing concerns have, been mar-
ginalized. ... Overall, there was
very little substantial change to the
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statement."
As for future recommendations to
the statement, Block said he and MSA
are uncertain of how to spur substan-
tial changes, especially given the lack
of significant reforms in past years.
"Can we moderate these ideas enough
so they can be accepted? I don't
know," he said.
But Block said he plans future
meetings with OSCR and the Student
Relations Advisory Committee - a
group of students, faculty and staff
which decides on amendments - to
discuss ways to tweak the amendment
process. MSA can offer amendments
to the statement every two years, but
Block said he will propose to allow
statement clarifications to be made
more frequently.
Clarifications should also be list-
ed separately, so the University can-
not claim it approved a certain
percentage of proposed amendments
when the only real changes were
grammatical, he said.
The revised statement also clarifies
that students can appeal a hearing
decision for ten days after the Dean of
Students signs off on it, and it also
prevents students from sending e-
mails under another person's identity
without permission.

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LSA junior and a physics major.
"Most of the math teachers seem to
give (grades) on a bell curve."
The problem might be simply
solved by fostering discussion
amongst faculty to help regulate
grading procedures, Johnson said.
When Johnson first came to the
University last year, "There was no
guidance or discussion of what the
grading practices are."
Johnson also suggested weighting
grade point averages in regards to
the difficulty of grade assessment
by teacher. The use of grading
curves would likewise help to regu-
late grade distribution. He also pro-
posed allowing faculty to drop their
lowest course evaluation scores so
that students signing up for a course
would not be as biased by the aver-
age grade distributed by the teacher.
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