[…] Examples of conduct that may constitute sexual harassment include:
– Unwelcome sexual advances
– Requests for sexual favors
– Verbal or physical contact of a sexual nature
– Situations in which the University environment is sexually hostile or oppressive to members of the University because of the actions of students, co-workers, supervisors or other members of the University community
– Written contact, such as sexually suggestive, harassing or obscene letters, faxes, e-mail, notes, invitations, etc.
– Verbal contact, such as sexually suggestive or obscene comments, threats, slurs, epithets, jokes about gender-specific traits, sexual propositions
– Visual contact, such as leering or staring at another’s body, gesturing, displaying sexually suggestive objects or pictures, cartoons, posters or magazines