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New Phoenix: The Death of the Student Judiciary

As we began doing research and conducting interviews for this issue’s cover feature on the now-dead Student Judiciary, we realized that we were often telling two different stories: one from the perspective of students, and the other from the perspective of the administration. The Lady Justicesame was true as we investigated rumors that Chapel Sing was facing significant alterations this year. The theme of our main features in this issue quickly became trust. Wabash has suffered a severe lack of it in the past year.

Our cover feature in this issue tells the story of both students and the administration attempting, in various forms and all to no avail, to regain that trust.

Of course, we have various other stories of interest for you. Be sure especially to check out Luke Blakeslee’s profile of Wabash Conservative Union speaker Joseph C. Phillips—and also, don’t forget to attend the lecture itself, “He Talk Like a White Boy,” October 29, in Baxter 101 at 8:00 pm.

We hope you enjoy this issue and our upcoming events program.

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