Basically they had us fill out an "anonymous" form about any diversity issues on campus. Since they had an option to write in your gender I wrote in Attack Helicopter. I just got done with being reprimanded for writing the "wrong" answers on a supposedly "anonymous" form.
I'll respond to any questions that don't harm my privacy. And don't worry if I'm not answering questions for a bit, I still have class today and I'll get to it after class.
EDIT: What I think they did to find out who turned in that form:
When we turned it in, it was passed to the person in front of us, then the person in front passed it over to the left. Since it was a smaller class I'm assuming they easily figured out what order they were passed in, and then figured out who sat in what seat based on that order. This is just a theory though.
My other theory is a bit more conspiracy ridden: Basically they have these policy keys that we must have on our computer at all times to access the internet. This is also tied to our student #'s. I believe that they are logging what websites we go to and what we do online, and if this is true, it wouldn't be too hard for an AntiFa desk worker to put Voat/8chan/VPN user to Attack Helicopter Paper.
However if that second theory isn't true then I still believe that they are keylogging everything we type in.