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On June 15,1971, the Univer-
sity's Student Services Hous-
log Policy Board lifted a ban
against premarital sex in the
dormns. The ban, which was put
in place by the Board of Gover-
nors of Residence Halls in 1965,
was deemed ineffective and
impossible to enforce.
A policy hoard member told
the Daily at the titme that ban-
ning premaarital sex and cohab-
itation frotu the residence halls
"(The policy) has never
been enforced and cannot be
enforced,' " the hoard member
The decision to ban pre-
marital sex in the residence
halls- along with other hous-
ing policies- was determined
through secret ballot by the
residents of each University
housing unit's residents.
After the decision had been
made, the Board of Governors
echoed the students' decision
calling premarital sex "unac-
ceptable in University housing
Students at the time weren't
even aware that the policy
"I didn't even know they
had such a rule," one junior
told the Daily at the time. "My
friend lived with her boyfriend
in South Quad all last semester
and nobody raised a fuss."
John Feldkamp, then-boos-
log director and policy board
tmember, had a different, more
serious view of the ban.
"(Dormitory residents) must
exercise due regard for the
welfare of their fellow students
and for the facilities in which
they reside," Feldkamp told
the Daily, citing a clause in the
information bulletin about res-
idence hall life.
Feldkamp also said that two
students had been expelled
under the ban in 1968.
Most current students don't
have to worry abouthbeing pun-
ished for engaging in premari-
tal sex in the residence halls. In
many dorms, including Mary
Markley Hall and South Quad,
there are no rules against visi-
tors in the rooms.
But at Martha Cook Build-
ing, a female-only residence
hall, there are still regulations
for male visitors. The residents
must escort their guests while
they are in the building. Male
visitation hours are from noon
to midnight from Sundays to
Thursdays, and are extended
from noon to 2 am. on Fridays
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TIRR': Uniersity Htrspital
VHE:r I'ucuday around 8:05
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___________CAMPUS EVENTS & NOTES
Police search for Film screening Student musical
but do not find on prison system performance
WHERE: Lot SC-6, 121111Kipke
WHEN: Turesday arounnd 5:51)
WHAT: Dfficers checked thre
area for a subject soliciting for
basketball tickets, University
Irolice reported. Police did not
locate the suspect.
jWHAT: A screening of
"Autumn's Eyes" a film about
a little girl who watches her
funnily go to prison in New
WHO: University Unions Arts
WHEN: Tonight from 7 prm, to
WHERE: Vandenburg Roomn,
Phone swiped d 'alonbnftfrmhsil of socialism
WHAT: A performance of
"Under Milk Wood", a play
about a day in a small town.
WHO: Departmenat of Musical
WHEN: Tonight at 7:30 p.m.
WHERE: Arthur Miller The-
atre, Walgreen Drama Center
WHAT: University of Wis-
consin Prof. Michael Shank
will give a lecture on astrono-
may at the time of Galileo.
WHO: University Library
WHEN: Tonight from 7:30 p.m.
to 9:30 p.m.
WHERE: Room 100, Harlan
Hatcher Graduate Library
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1A Berlin bartender accused
of killing a 16-year-old boy
by serving him 45 tequila
shots will go to trial, BBC.
comn reported. The bartender
known as Aytac C was alleg-
edly engaged in a drinking bet
with the boy, when he visited
his bar in February 2007, hoc
poured only water for himself.
2Local video game shop,
Get Your Game On,
will be hosting 'a Super
Smash Brothers Tournament
on Valentine's Day.
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3Members of the Sudan
Ulema Authority, are
children to boycott Valen-
tine's Day, Reuters reported.
The influential body of reli-
gious leaders said the West-
ern holiday could lead couples
WHERE: University Hospital
WHEN: Tuesday arorud 11:30
WHAT: A subject reported
chat a black Samsung phonre
was strolen from the hospital,
University Police reported.
The threft occurred otn 'Tues-
day betweenr 9 poum. and 9:411
WHAT: A public meeting
with a discussion that will
focus on the viability of the
world capitalist system.
WHO: Students for Social
WHEN: Tonight from 7 pr.
to 9 p.10.
WHERE: Michigano Room,
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