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Ruling of Administrative Board

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The Administrative Board of Harvard College at a recent meeting adopted the following recommendations of the Student Council:

"That no man who is on probation shall become an editor or be elected an officer of any undergraduate publication, he must immediately resign. Also that, no man who is on probation shall be elected an officer of the Junior, Sophomore, or Freshman class, and if any such officer shall be put on probation, he must also resign."

The understanding of the Student Council is that probation for the purposes of this rule should be limited to probation as a result of low standing in studies.

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