Dissent vs Disruption
Dissent: The expression of opinions, views, and/or values at variance with those expressed- or being expressed- by others, in a manner that does not obstruct, disrupt, or threaten any individual, the campus community, or the functioning of a campus event; or otherwise violate the College's Standards of Conduct.
Disruption (From the Standards of Conduct): Students and student organizations must not engage in behavior that threatens the safety, security or functioning of the College, the safety and security of its members, or the safety and security of others.
Examples of such behavior include, but are not limited to:
Disorderly conduct. The College requires orderly conduct of all students while in Hanover and its environs, as well as at any College-related function or activity, whether in Hanover or elsewhere (including, for example, students on off-campus programs or players and spectators at "away" athletic contests). Any disruption of the orderly processes of the College.
Civil disobedience is not protected and may result in removal, disciplinary action, and/or arrest.