(A) Residents are not to engage in any behavior that, by reasonable community standards, would be considered lewd, indecent, obscene, disorderly, harmful, or potentially harmful to self or others. (B) This type of behavior, as well as practical jokes and/or pranks, often leads to injuries, damage of personal or University property, and/or confrontations that my become violent. Therefore, any student involved in this misconduct will be subject to disciplinary action and possible dismissal from the residence halls or apartments. (C) Residents are prohibited from engaging in behavior in the residence halls that could cause harm to themselves, other Residents, or the building. This includes, but is not limited to, skateboarding, roller skating, hoverboarding, or running in the halls; throwing balls or other objects in the halls; and/or engaging in any sport activities in the halls. (D) The University reserves the right to remove a resident from a residence hall or apartment who, over a period, indicates that they are not willing to abide by or adjust to residential policy and procedure. If a violation occurs, the alleged violator may be arrested and go through the appropriate criminal justice proceedings, in addition to administrative sanctions placed by the University.