Beyond simply words in class and optional speaking events, even the Community Standards are enforced in a biased way. Many of you already know that after Donald Trump's election, there was a huge backlash on campus to a proposed senior celebration theme of "Party in the USA," which school administrators strangely called "very alienating, harmful and divisive" and against our school's core values. But most have not heard about is this year's issues: For the same annual party, students hung USA flags outside of their rooms, and an administrator ordered me to tell students to take them down, then an R.A. informed me they perpetrators would be fined and written up if the flags were not removed. To my knowledge, the school has not even threatened this to people who throw beer bottles in our courtyards creating hazardous walking conditions, and administrators have said nothing about the foreign flags that are hung in the same dorm violating the same rule as the American flags. They ignore student safety, yet scream at the sight of American pride?