I sat around for a minute to digest this and all the comments that were generated. First off, the outfit is NOT honor code approved. Even if she is wearing leggings, the dress has to be down to the knees. Second, the letter the guy wrote is not mean at all. In all honesty, I expected the letter to be nasty by how the article was making it sound, but then when I read it I laughed. He politely reminds her that she signed the honor code and has agreed to live by it.
I don't think her intentions were to cause this much of a stir, but apparently no one likes the honor code. What makes me laugh is that even though they don't like it, and have a number of other schools to choose from, students still decide to come here.
Anywho, the part that really made me laugh was this part:
"KSL called the BYU Honor Code enforcement office to get a comment, but representatives there have not returned our phone calls."
Really KSL? So if you did call (like you claim), it was probably after hours. Surprisingly, the office closes at 5. If you call after 5, NO ONE WILL ANSWER. And if you leave a message, we will call you back. I just checked my messages....
looks like you forgot that too.