[E]ach resident who chooses to express his or her creativity, via his or her window or door, assumes the responsibility for balancing his or her personal tastes with the image of the total community. Controversial or antagonistic materials may draw personal confrontations from others within the community who may be offended by the content. The following recommendation is offered to residents who choose to place signs or decorations on their windows or doors. Signs, posters and/or decorations should be appropriate for public viewing and in keeping with good taste.
[D]isplaying beverage signs or other signs and
posters that are not in good taste with the university
environment … are all prohibited.
Posters and signs in student rooms and windows are permissible provided they are in good taste.
All signs and posters placed on any University bulletin boards … must reflect good taste.
All publicity must reflect good
taste and cannot be misleading
in purpose or content.
Publicity must not degrade groups or individuals.
All posters must be in good taste. Poor taste includes, but is not limited to: sexually
explicit pictures, posters, photographs, etc. of any persons without clothing; any statement,
symbol, depiction or reference to alcohol or drugs (i.e. pictures of beer, kegs,
beer steins, and the letters BYOB); foul language, or other offensive material.