West Alabama this semester became one of the nation’s first state-supported universities to enact a dress code for students. Enforcement is more by gentle encouragement than strict edict, but many of the school’s 1,900 students are still steaming.
"I think it’s stupid. College is supposed to be about freedom and expression,“ said B.J. Johnson, 19, an electrical engineering major from Foley.
"You can’t even wear pajamas, and I like wearing them around,“ said his friend, Corby Smith, 20, a sophomore from Baltimore, Md., majoring in criminal justice.
Apparently, he's aiming for an undercover gig on the police force.