Noxious Odor

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A noxious odor is ANY aroma of such intensity that it becomes apparent and/or offensive to others. Any odor can become noxious or offensive when it is too strong. Some examples are cigarette, cigar, or pipe smoke; incense; perfume; air freshening spray; large amounts of dirty laundry and marijuana smell (See Drug Policy). Furthermore, because incense is a fire hazard as well as a source of potentially noxious odor, it is prohibited in the residence halls at all times (see “Candles / Incense Policy”).