||[Oct. 12th, 2004|01:15 pm]
So, has anyone ever read their student conduct codes?|
These are some excerpts from wonderful Stony Brook University's conduct code:
The following violations of this CODE are specifically prohibited.
c. Sexual abuse and/or assault. No student shall engage in sexual contact with another person without effective consent. This includes but is not limited to non-consensual sexual contact, attempted non-consensual penetration, non-consensual anal intercourse, fellatio, cunnilingus, or the insertion of a foreign object into the vagina, urethra, penis or rectum of another. An individual CANNOT GIVE EFFECTIVE CONSENT who is under the age of 17, physically helpless, mentally incapacitated, severely impaired and/or incapacitated because of drug or alcohol intoxication. The prior sexual experiences of the alleged victim of sexual abuse and/or assault will not be considered in the determination of responsibility to a charge of sexual abuse and/or assault.
d. Dangerous conditions. No student shall create a condition that endangers or threatens the safety or well-being of him/herself or others. This includes but is not limited to the misuse of devices such as box cutters, laser pointers and paint ball guns.
2. Excessive consumption-student rooms. To discourage excessive consumption, large quantities of beer, wine, or hard liquor, are prohibited in student rooms. No individual student room may possess more than one case of 12 oz. bottles/cans of beer at one time, or more than one gallon of wine at one time, or more than one liter of spirits (not to exceed 100 proof) at one time, providing the authorized occupants of the room are 21. If only one authorized room occupant is 21, the quantity allowed in the room is divided in half.
d. No student shall introduce to the campus or possess drug paraphernalia including, but not limited to: bongs, water pipes, roach clips, blunts or hypodermic needles (not specifically for the administering of prescribed medications).
- AKA: HOOKAHS!!!
b. Unless so permitted by the Assistant Vice President for Campus Residences or designee, non-sleeping facilities in the residence halls or apartments such as suite or apartment living areas, end hall lounges or other areas in buildings shall not be used for sleeping quarters.
- Don't even DARE to think about sleeping on the couch unless you have the approval of the vice president of the couch sleeping committee. Knowing stony brook, this is the poor sap's only job.
I HATE the bureaucracy of this school!!!!