Keep your friends close, and your enemies closer. -Sun Tzu
Question #10167 posted on 11/15/2004 4:06 a.m.
Q:

Dear 100 Hour Board,

If we know that someone is in gross violation of the honor code (think the Heleman Hall Rogue; we can call him, or one of them, B.A.D. for short), are we obligated under the honor code to turn them in?

- We of Budge want our couch back.

A: Dear Budgers,

Shared Responsibility Policy Statement

Students are responsible not only to adhere to the Honor Code requirement to be honest but also to assist other students in fulfilling their commitment to be honest.

That's all I can find about your duty to others. I know it gets said all the time that we're supposed to turn others in. I just don't know where.

- FCSM
A: Dear Ye of Budge,

See

http://campuslife.byu.edu/HONORCODE/encourage_others.htm.

--Grock
A: Dear We of Budge:

Talk to your R.A. He knows how to handle the problem (or at the very least has the responsibility to do so).

-- Misaneroth