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Correction: ‘Slut-Shaming: Dining Commons Dress Codes Demean Students’

June 5, 2013 Opinions No Comments
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The Bottom Line would like to issue a correction for an Opinions article posted Wednesday, May 29, titled “Slut-Shaming: Dining Commons ‘Dress Codes’ Demean Students.” While the writer of the article is entitled to her own opinion on the dining commons dress code policies, the article unfairly implies that students were “slut-shamed” by an individual employee. Further research into the dress code policies of the dining commons has shown that the individual employee was simply following policy.

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