Hazing in every form is prohibited. Hazing is considered to be interference with personal liberty of others and includes any act of domination by some students over others which may lead to injury, emotional disturbance, physical discomfort or humiliation.
Harassment by banter, ridicule or criticism or playing abusive and humiliating tricks or pranks is prohibited…
The following may be some (but certainly not all) forms of hazing:
2. The application of foreign aubstances to the body.
4. Nudity or forcing student to dress in a degrading manner.
5. Any act which is likely to compromise the dignity of a student; cause embarrassment or shame to a student; cause a student to be the object of ridicule or malicious amusement; or inflict psychological or emotional harm.
6. Any mischievous activity that threatens and intimidates or endangers the health, physical or emotional well being of a student or that results in damage, malicious vandalism, or general disregard for College or private property.
Hazing is defined as any willful act on or off Wheaton College property by one student acting alone or with others, directed against any other student(s), whether voluntary or involuntary, to subject that student or students to abusive or humiliating pranks (e.g., initiation, responsed to engagement, “kidnappings”, etc.)