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Crime Log 10/29-11/4

Crime Log 10/29-11/4

Susanna Fravell, Staff Writer November 5, 2019

10/29 2:24 p.m.- Theft/University Center West 3:00 p.m.- Injury Report/Newman Hall 3:20 p.m.- Fire Alarm/O’Daniel North Apartments 6:27 p.m.- Incident Report/Public Safety Building   10/30 8:39...

According to a study from the U.S. National Library of Medicine and National Institutes of Health, approximately one in every 10 university students had problematic alcohol use and 4.6% of students were in high-level problematic alcohol use, which was indicative of alcohol dependence.

Greek life seeks change in stigma after new alcohol limits

National policy has no impact on local IFC
Nicole Mitchell, Special to The Shield November 13, 2018

Sean Kennedy said the word “fraternity” at USI means much more than party-house. “You’re here for college, you’re not here to party,” the Lambda Chi president said. “The whole purpose...

SGA kicks off Alcohol Awareness Week

SGA kicks off Alcohol Awareness Week

Noah Alatza, Special to The Shield October 22, 2018

Alcohol Awareness week, hosted in conjunction with the Student Government Association, kicked off Monday. According to a study from the U.S. National Library of Medicine and National Institutes of...

Clery report adjusts to new leadership

Clery report adjusts to new leadership

Noah Alatza, Staff Writer November 30, 2017

Illustration by Abigail Stanley Amid new data provided by Public Safety’s annual Clery report, changes in presidential politics could affect how certain crimes are reported. The change in reporting...

AMC: A glistening shrine to movies

AMC: A glistening shrine to movies

Gavin Gaddis, Staff writer September 1, 2016

The AMC movie theater location on Pearl Drive spent most of the summer at limited capacity during a major remodel.   Now that the AMC is firing on all cylinders I felt obliged to review the...

Junior psychology major Stephanie Perry logs onto a computer at Rice Library Monday. Photo by Alyssa Smith/The Shield

Thinking about ‘Think About It’

Gabi Wy August 27, 2015

Bryan Rush, dean of students and an avid promoter of a safe community at the university, said he wants students to care for each other and have each other’s backs. To Rush, communication from...

Lifeline Law changes await final approval

Paola Marizan March 25, 2014

Changes to Indiana's Lifeline Law would grant immunity from prosecution to individuals under the age of 21 and under the influence of alcohol who report a medical emergency of any kind. Changes to the...

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