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Topic - Shelley Dutton
Students involved in physical fights on campus can be disciplined per the school’s student code of conduct and could face anything from minor sanctions to expulsion as a result, said Shelley Dutton, vice president for communications at Marymount.
"There will be assessment as to whether one or both of these students is subject to any penalties under the student conduct policies," Ms. Dutton said.