5.2. Misconduct Other Than Academic Misconduct. To protect the University's educational purposes and the University community, a student may be formally charged with a violation of this Code and will be subject to sanctions for committing or participating in any act or omission which is detrimental to the health, safety or property of another or of the University. Offenses for which students may be charged include, but are not limited to the following:
5.2.3. Hazing, defined as the intentional commission of an act by an individual or a group of physically or mentally abusing or harassing another person or creating a situation which produces physical hurt or discomfort, emotional distress, embarrassment or ridicule of another person. All individuals who participate in hazing, including those being hazed, may be charged and found responsible...
5.2.6. Abusing, stalking, harassing, or threatening another through any medium to include verbal, written and/or electronic communications;
5.2.20. Disruption of on-campus housing through vandalism, excessive noise, practical jokes and/or the violation of other rules and regulations established and promulgated by the Housing office;
5.2.25. Lewd, indecent or obscene conduct;