II (3). Assault and Reckless Endangerment

MIT prohibits physical abuse of oneself or others and reckless endangerment of oneself or others. Physical abuse is violence of any nature against any person; fighting; assault; battery; the use of a knife, gun, or other weapon; restraining or transporting someone against their will; or any action that threatens or endangers the physical health or safety of any person or causes reasonable apprehension of such harm. Reckless endangerment is conduct that could reasonably and foreseeably result in physical injury even if no injury actually occurs.

MIT also prohibits threats, intimidation, coercion, and other conduct that can be reasonably, objectively construed to threaten or endanger the mental or physical health or safety of any person.