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BYU-Idaho Students Protest Honor Code Enforcement

About 200 protesters marched on the campus of Brigham Young University-Idaho's campus Wednesday, seeking reform in how administrators enforce the Honor Code.

The Honor Code is a set of rules students at BYU in Provo, Utah, and BYU-Idaho, which is Rexburg, must follow in order to maintain academic standing at the universities, which are both owned by the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.

The code restricts conduct prohibited by the church, including sex outside of marriage, drinking alcohol and using drugs.

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BYU has come under fire for punishing students for Honor Code violations after they come forward to report sexual assaults  

The Salt Lake Tribune reports more protests are planned for other campuses this week.