Action on two students who have torn down HLU posters in House hallways will come from the Faculty Committee on Student Activities tomorrow.
Whatever the decision, a precedent will be set for future issues concerning the freedom of the bulletin boards. Although poster wars have been waged before, no official action has ever been taken.
First called to the attention of Dean Watson's office by officials of the HLU, the poster-ripping episodes will be formally presented in writing to the committee tomorrow. Two men are accused of the action which has been carried out in Winthrop and Dunster Houses. Until the meeting tomorrow, Dean Watson would not say anything about the issue or the possible measures to be taken in preventing a recurrence.
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