BYU-Idaho Bans 'Man Buns' On Campus 

click image Even if you're a member of Hanson, you're not getting on the BYU-Idaho campus with hair like that. - DIG BOSTON
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  • Even if you're a member of Hanson, you're not getting on the BYU-Idaho campus with hair like that.


Whether you call it a man bun or a top knot, the popular male hairstyle is no longer allowed at the Brigham Young University-Idaho's campus.The Honor Office started enforcing disciplinary action against men who decide to wear their hair up in such regard, according to BYU's Scroll, the college's student newspaper

According to the BYU-I Honor Code, hairstyles for males should be "clean and neat, avoiding extreme styles of colors and trimmed above the collar leaving the ear uncovered."

The man bun, said school officials, is considered "extreme."

"It's just something that deviates from the norm," said Tyler Barton, of the BYU-Idaho Student Honor Administration. Any other uncommon hairstyle would also fall under this category, receiving the same disciplinary action.
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