As residents of ASU Residence Halls, we feel that the policy on page 37 and 42 of the Residential Life Student Handbook stating,
Hayley Ivins, Laura Thorson, Grant Klinzman, Jonathan Confer, Elizabeth Andrews, Tanny Men
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\"Editorial: Residential Life at it again\" State Press editorial Sept. 21, 2004 http://www.asuwebdevil.com/issues/2004/09/21/opinions/681112 \"Window Policy Angers Students\" State Press article Sept. 21, 2004 http://www.asuwebdevil.com/issues/2004/09/21/news/681118 \"Messner: Res Life policies hinder students as well as free speech\" State Press op-ed Sept. 24, 2004 http://www.statepress.com/issues/2004/09/24/opinions/681221 \"Pair continue fight against window policy\" State Press article Sept. 30, 2004 http://www.asuwebdevil.com/issues/2004/09/30/news/681376 Boos and Bravos in State Press on Oct. 1, 2004 http://www.asuwebdevil.com/issues/2004/10/01/opinions/681392 \"USG Condemns Window Policy\" State Press article Oct. 6, 2004 http://www.asuwebdevil.com/issues/2004/10/06/news/681475 USG Senate Bill http://www.asu.edu/asasu/usg/documents/sb2004/sb_16.doc \"Confer: USG going in swingin\" State Press op-ed Oct 13, 2004 http://www.asuwebdevil.com/issues/2004/10/13/opinions/687253 State Press Reporter Amanda Keim\'s blog on http://stmedia.vpsa.asu.edu/smblogs/webdevil/akeim/archives/000146.html \"Two Students Face Expulsion from Dorm for Hanging Signs in Window\" KPHO Channel 5 http://www.kpho.com/Global/story.aspS=2424673&nav=23KuRwvg FOX 16 News Report in Little Rock, Arkansas Oct. 15, 2004 http://www.klrt.com/news/state/story.aspxcontent_id=8CC05E42-4F9D-4523-A484-EFACCA7ED197 \"Window policy controversy part of 15-year-old battle\" State Press article November 15, 2004 http://www.asuwebdevil.com/issues/2004/11/15/specialreports/688837
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