Assessment of recent flooding in freshman dorm
Multiple thefts on campus consistent with trend in WNC
Vending machine owner patient but will remove machine
Reports include dorm damage caused by clubs and knives.
1-10-11 Time-Unknown Location- DeVries Locker room Incident-Theft Narrative-Four pairs of basketball shoes taken from locker room. 1-12-11 Time-4:45pm Location-Cow Pie Incident-Theft Narrative-Six bottles of wine taken from cooler. 1-13-11 Time-3:10pm Location-Eco Dorm Incident-Fire Alarm Narrative-Alarm set off by burnt food. Alarm reset by Swannanoa Fire Dept. 1-13-11 Time-3:18pm Location-ANTC Narrative-Alarm set off by dust from [...]
12-13-10 Time-11:16am Location-Soccer Practice Field Incident-vandalism Narrative-Student caught riding motorcycle on field. Referred to Student Life 12-15-10 Time-8:15am Location-Eco Dorm Incident-Fire Alarm Narrative-Alarm caused by burnt toast 12-15-10 Time-1:22pm Location-ANTC Dorm Incident-Fire Alarm Narrative-Alarm set off by faulty heat sensor. 12-15-10 Time-11:59pm Location-Village A Dorm Incident-Fire Alarm Narrative-Alarm set off by sprinkler malfunction.
Public Safety’s reports about incidents on campus that occurred December 6 through 12, from Director Terry Payne.
Although our campus feels secure, it is important to remember that the “Wilson bubble” can be popped.
Sophomore Sydney Gregory was attacked on campus this October. Here, she shares her story.
Had this been an actual event where there was a threat, human or environmental, to the campus community, it seems that few would be aware of it and most of the campus would be unaccounted for.
A college student’s guide to their rights in a dormitory, as defined by federal, state and campus-based authorities.
Public Safety’s reports about incidents on campus that occurred from November 29 to December 5, from Director Terry Payne.
The method of procedure with which Student Caucus conducted Tuesday’s community meeting was an problem for students attending. The meeting was organized to address issues of increased enforcement on campus.
Wondering about the bus parked by the soccer fields? Information about “The Golden Toad,” and proposed alternatives to dorm-living are discussed.
Last year the campus greening crew found that over 20 offices regularly purchased bottled water coolers. If we are going to buy jugs of water for departments or crews, shouldn’t we be buying them locally? What’s the truth behind bottled water and purity levels?
Gabriel Sistare, editor-in-chief Warren Wilson continues to debate how safety on campus trails and forests can be improved. At a recent meeting, the Buildings and Grounds Committee discussed whether or not a permit system was a practical strategy. A permit system would allow the college to create a database of trail and forest users for [...]