But they also opened an inquiry to determine whether Mac Donald had violated the private Mormon university’s honor code, which requires that students adhere to the school’s strict rules for proper behavior — no swearing, coffee, tea, tobacco, alcohol or premarital sex.Suddenly, Mac Donald said she felt like a suspect.“At BYU, everybody feels like it’s so safe. “To acknowledge that I’m telling the truth requires admitting it’s not that safe.”Mac Donald, now a junior, is among several women calling for greater protections for sexual assault victims at BYU — including amnesty from potential honor code violations.A growing number of women say such policies are discouraging reports of sexual assault because they place women in jeopardy of expulsion or other academic punitive measures.The outcry at BYU started after Madison “Madi” Barney, a 20-year-old sophomore, went to the Provo police to report that she’d been raped at an off-campus apartment in September.Her attorney said she was startled when she was suddenly called by school officials who threatened to forward her case to the Honor Code Office.Nasiru Seidu, 39, the man charged with assaulting Barney, told police the sex was consensual and shared the police report with a Utah County sheriff’s deputy and former BYU track coach, who then gave it to college officials, according to court records.
Individuals within these populations often share certain associated phenotypic traits, such as epicanthic folds (epicanthus), sinodonty and neoteny.
Although some forensic anthropologists and other scientists continue to use such terms in some contexts (such as criminal justice), their usage is now discouraged by most anthropologists due to the questionable nature of such models.
In addition, "Mongoloid" has had a second usage, now generally avoided as highly offensive: until the late 20th century, people with Down syndrome Mongoloid or Asiatic peoples are the most spread out among all human populations since they have stretched almost completely around the earth's surface.
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