"...bans the use of illegal drugs from the College".So students need to arrange their own supply, then. Which hitherto has not been much of an obstacle.
Q: Are the rules and regulations about clothing and smoking found in the college handbook?A: Yes.Q: Does that mean we could have eliminated two questions in this list?A: Yes.Q: Why isn't the library's location mentioned in the answer about the six principal buildings?A: We wanted to make people read at least two question-answer sequences to mentally construct the full campus map.Q: Wait, did you just say, no clothing regulations?A: Apparently.Q: Have you considered the full implications of such a statement?A: I am now, yes.
That's where my mind went, too. While I'm all for nudity in appropriate contexts, I really prefer that my students wear clothes of some sort (and vice versa, I'm sure).
Except baseball caps. An old silverback once said that someday he would be brave enough to tell his whole class, "Gentlemen shall remove their caps".
there is no clothing regulation, but there is a "no clothing" regulation...I once went on a 'career development for women' course which was mostly attended by administrative and academic-related staff. One whole session was devoted to the question of physical appearance and presentation, for example that if one wanted to move from a STEM department to the business school, you should dress differently (apparently the business school sees dark coloured skirts and matched jackets rather than trousers and cardigans as 'appropriate administrator clothing'. Sigh). The few academics who were there were asked to summarise the dress code for academics in general, not just for academic women, and the best we could come up with was "covers the private bits". We could think of exceptions on our campus to every other code we came up with. The ones we rather WANTED were something along the lines of "neat but not gaudy", "clean" and "chosen for the body you have not the body you once (thought you) had"...
"How many building [sic] does Baruch College have?" The bad grammar in a college handbook perplexes me the most.
Ugh. You should see ours. Clearly written by vomiting up a handful of scrabble tiles.