Senator Misconduct Policy Task Force, Volume 1
Written by Bwog Staff
Unfortunately, nobody showed up.
Well, at least the professors didn’t.
The Bwog has learned that the resolution could not come up for a vote because more than half of the senators played hooky. According to our friends in high places, most of the student senators were present. It was the professors, preoccupied with their heavy Friday courseloads that all Columbia students must endure, who failed to show.
Balanced news. Fearless views. The Bwog. (And the Philippine Daily Inquirer, too.)
Update: Bwog got some of the facts wrong. Professor-senators did show, and voted on a new definition of “sexual misconduct.” They just left before the senate could vote on changing the disciplinary procedures. Provost Brinkley and Professor Bollinger were among those who left without a hall pass (Read the whole story in the Spec).