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Housing responds to frequent fire alarms

Ambulances and Sheriff cars outside Leslie apartment Oct. 26 after a grease fire.
February 4, 2020

Alexia Willard, a sophomore English major, commented on a Facebook post that she doesn’t evacuate her apartment until the fire alarm goes off for more than 30 seconds because she believes it’ll be...

Crime Log 1/28-2/3

Crime Log 1/28-2/3
February 4, 2020

1/28 8:16 a.m.- Fire Alarm/O’Daniel North Apartments 2:40 p.m.- Alcohol Offense/Parking Lot E   1/29 12:46 a.m.- Welfare Check/McDonald East Apartments 12:53 p.m.- Illness Report/McDonald...

Two injured after grease fire in Leslie apartment

Ambulances and Sheriff cars outside Leslie apartment Oct. 26 after a grease fire.
October 26, 2019

A grease fire broke out at the Leslie building apartments Saturday night that led to two people being burned. The Vanderburgh County Sheriff’s Office, Perry Township fire trucks, Public Safety vehicles...

Crime Log 3/25 – 3/31

Crime Log 3/25 - 3/31
April 1, 2019

3/25 12:15 p.m. - Fire-False Alarm/Physical Activities Center 1:31 p.m. - Incident Report/Non Campus 5:54 p.m. - Alarm-Panic/Orr Center 9:20 p.m. - Suspicious Person(s)/Parking Lot B 9:36...

Crime log for 1/29/2018-2/6/2018

Crime log for 1/29/2018-2/6/2018
February 6, 2018

1/29/2018 9:58 a.m. - Welfare Check/O'Daniel North Apartments 7:32 p.m. - Injury Report/O'Daniel North Apartments 10:49 p.m. - Drugs- Incident/Governors Hall 1/30/2018 11:13 a.m. - Fire- False...

‘Every intent of being open’

The university has updated its policy regarding areas on campus which are designated for “speech and expressive activities.” The locations are the lawn area south of Rice Library, the lawn area between the Physical Activities Center and the Recreation, Fitness and Wellness Center and the lawn in front of the Health Professions Building. The three areas combined are approximately 1.6 acres of the 1,400 acre campus
Updated policy introduces new areas for speech, expressive activity
August 31, 2016

Freshman Shelby Heins said having zones specific for free speech wasn’t something she would expect to have on a college campus. “We’re paying to go here,” the nursing major said. “So our...

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