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" says Gayle Binion, a professor of political science at the University of California at Santa Barbara and the chair of the academic senate when it developed and approved the new rule.
It's a rule that, for the vast majority, will have no impact on their lives, and yet - perhaps because of the taboo scenarios it evokes - has gotten outsized attention.
Many, like Binion, see the stricter policies as clarifying what should already be an ethical norm.
But others wonder what right the university has to interfere in something so personal, especially when policies against sexual harassment and unfair grading already exist.
Gallop, like Dank, also notes that professors face all sorts of conflicts of interest when evaluating students.
One might be a close friend, or the child of a colleague, or an outspoken racist.