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Written by Caitlin Bronson
Coming into BYU, you know should know what you are getting into. By signing your name to the Honor Code, you are saying that you will live by strict rules, and BYU will not let you forget it. The Honor Code Office is the biggest threat on campus, and no one wants to be called by them. Students will most definitely be kicked out of school for drug and alcohol offenses, as well as possibly suspended for things such as curfew violations and being found in the bedroom of someone of the opposite sex.
Cheating is never tolerated, and plagiarism is another offense that will not only get you in the Honor Code Office, but the dean's office as well. Students undoubtedly have fun, but they also play by the rules. Again, due to the Mormon culture, things such as cheating and lying are looked down on by peers and not tolerated by authority. If you are looking for a school where you can get away with things, be advised, this one is not for you.
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