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Office for Undergraduate EducationSeptember 26, 2016

As midterm exams and assignments begin, the Emory College Honor Council would like to remind all students of the importance of the Honor Code. Plagiarism, cheating in any form (either by seeking or providing assistance), and lying to an instructor are some of the common offenses against the academic integrity of the Emory community. If you witness suspicious behavior during an exam, report it to your professor or proctor immediately, and keep in mind that Emory has many resources to help students facing academic challenges. The Honor Council appreciates the efforts of all Emory students in maintaining a high standard of integrity.
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You've seen you favorite athletes compete in the Olympics - now it's your turn to compete in one of the biggest competitions on Emory's campus (with BIG CASH prizes to match- up to $350), the Dooley Debates! Open to first-year students, participants will choose their side and make their case in a 4 minute speech on the topic of "The United States should guarantee access to a post-secondary education fro all of its citizens."

More information can be found by contacting your RA, by emailing Lydia Smith ( or by visiting the link below. The event is sponsored by the Barkley Forum Center for Debate Education, Residence Life First Year Experience and the Nature of Evidence.
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