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Letter from Anne Greene to her mother, January 25, 1903
Greene details a debate between the student body and President M. Carey Thomas, who assigned teachers to proctor exams. The students argued that the honor code permits students to proctor themselves, and draw up a petition. The result of the argument is that Thomas promises the honor system will be allowed during finals, but not during mid-terms.