University of Hawaii at Hilo | The Foundation for Individual Rights and Expression

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Student Conduct Code

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    Yellow
  • Speech Code Category
    Internet Usage Policies
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Theft or other abuse of computer and other electronic facilities and resources, including but not limited to: ... Use of computing facilities and resources to send obscene or abusive messages.

University Housing Policies & Resources: Room Alterations

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    Yellow
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    Posting and Distribution Policies
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Residents may be required to remove materials that are deemed offensive by the community ...

Free Expression on the UH Hilo Campus

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    Green
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    Protest and Demonstration Policies
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The University of Hawaiʻi is committed to the free and open exchange of ideas and affirms the rights of members of the university community to engage in speech and other expressive activity guaranteed by the First Amendment to the U.S.

Student Conduct Code

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    Yellow
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    Harassment Policies
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Any conduct that threatens or endangers the health or safety of any person including but not limited to, physical abuse, verbal abuse, threats, intimidation, harassment, bullying, coercion, stalking as defined below.

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UH Systemwide Policies and Procedures: EP 1.204- Interim Policy on Title IX Sexual Harassment

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    Green
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    Harassment Policies
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Title IX Sexual Harassment is defined as conduct on the basis of sex that satisfies one or more of the following:

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UH Systemwide Policies and Procedures: EP 2.210- Use and Management of Information Technology Resources

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    Yellow
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    Internet Usage Policies
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Users may not engage in the transmission of unsolicited bulk email (“spamming”), regardless of how important it may seem to the sender. Email is a form of individual communication, not a public forum, and should not be used