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Laptop Thefts in EC

Update, 11:30 am: Kristin Sylvester, Associate Director of the Office of Residential Programs, and Ricardo Morales, Manager of the Crime Prevention Programs both sent out emails to residents confirming the thefts. Both are after the jump. Update, 11:11 am: According to Terry Martinez: “As in previous cases, several laptops,  iPods, and chargers were stolen from […]

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Public Safety Speaks

Public Safety: they always seem to be there to shut down improv shows and boot you off the lawns, but never when you’re walking home bleary-eyed from Butler at 3am. As if you didn’t already have to reassure your parents of your safety in the big bad city, now you can go home for Thanksgiving […]

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2011 Annual Security and Fire Safety Report

The 2011 Annual Security and Fire Safety Report is now available. Per VP of Public Safety James McShames’ email, the report contains “information about crime prevention programs, fire safety procedures and other resources critical to the safety and security of our campus community.”  It also contains statistics about crimes over the last three years on and around campus, […]

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