A ‘C’ GPA for the student government?: The head of Kent State’s student government reported her GPA to the school paper for use in a pre-election profile. Several days later the paper published a correction, revising her GPA downwards, after a school employee corrected the mis-stated figure. “My federal rights as a student have been violated,” says the student legislator, and she’s taken the school to court.

Her GPA was 2.68. According to the Cleveland Scene, “at…Kent, a mid-C average isn’t akin to a scarlet letter.”

So what’s acceptable here at Dartmouth? Any Student Assembly flacks willing to give up their GPAs? Molly, Mike, Aly: email us.