The president of Columbia insulted a guest speaker on campus before he even had a chance to speak.
Sexual advances, requests for sexual favors, sexually directed remarks, or other conduct of a sexual nature constitute harassment when such conduct has the purpose or effect of substantially interfering with an individual's academic or work performance or is so pervasive or severe that it creates an intimidating, hostile, or offensive environment. ... Student’s conduct should respect other individuals and the community as a whole, and not cause any unnecessary embarrassment, discomfort, or injury. ... Some examples of prohibited [computer] uses are: ... sending obscene, abusive, harassing, or threatening messages.
^ sure..then they grow up, get a job and look back how naive they were in college....or they remain in their little bubble.