Justice for Juniors

Judge rejects suspended student’s motion over hazing incident:

Thanks to Bad Jocks for the link. A Cook County Judge has turned down a request from one of the seniors involved in the Northbrook hazing incident to have her school suspension lifted. Thank God that there are judges like this who still have some common sense. The student, Marnie Holz, said the suspension would damage her academic standing, prevent her from attending Saturday’s prom, and possibly prevent her from graduating with her class. Boo-freakin’ hoo. She should have thought of that before she was involved in an event where people had shit and pig intestines thrown on them and then had the crap beat out of them. Personally, I think they should all be expelled. Point blank. It used to be you had to live with the consequences of your actions. Not anymore I guess if your parents can afford a lawyer.

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  1. From Miriam Webster’s Online DictionaryMain Entry: 3hazeFunction: transitive verbInflected Form(s): hazed haz?ingEtymology: origin unknownDate: 18401 a : to harass by exacting unnecessary or disagreeable work b : to harass by banter, ridicule, or criticism.A little more time in the classroom and those idiots might have learned this. Used to be underclassmen had to carry your books for a week, do your homework, or other menial and thankless chores.I am SO glad the judge took the high road on this issue!!!


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