You may not wipe "boogers" on the wall. This is being cracked down on.
Jesus Christ--how the hell do they expect them to live? How many suicides do they have there? (Not too many from the belts, though, as you shall see....)
The best is the dress code, though:
You must wear socks. [Even when you where sandals???!!!]
Except for collegian sports, men must wear "dress sweats" for any athletic activity where women are present.
A swimming suit/shorts may not be worn while traveling to the beach, although there are no changing rooms at the men's required beach.
For White Glove weekend: "Men may wear jeans and collared shirts to breakfast this Saturday, [date of white glove], because of White Glove. Stone washed or acid washed denim should not be worn. Students must change immediately after breakfast."
Multi-colored polo shirts and khakis are acceptable "afternoon" dress (see the "Who's Who" section of the latest yearbook for examples); note, though, that this also applies to Saturday mornings, in which case the morning is converted to "afternoon" for clothing purposes. Sunday afternoon, though, is not "afternoon" for clothing purposes.
You may not allow the end of your belt to hang down from the belt-loops resembling a phallus.