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Less people = less crime: campus police report drop in campus crime for 2020

Emily Beaman, reporter February 1, 2021

Every year, the Police Department conducts a Security and Fire Safety Report comprised of data collected from January to October of that year. The newest report, released in December of 2020, includes...

Alyssa Mitchell is a junior Mass Communication major.

When campus police failed me

Alyssa Mitchell September 5, 2017

Stranded in a Chili’s parking lot in 100 degree weather with no one to come help me — you would think I could call the campus police, right? Apparently not. On Aug. 23, my friend and I walked...

Lynette Watts, assistant radiology professor, Beth Veale, radiology professor, Randy Case, assistant respiratory professor, and Jessyca Wagner, assistant radiology professor, discuss the schedule of the simulation Nov. 8. Photo by Brendan Wynne.

Disciplines work together for ER simulation

Brendan Wynne November 16, 2016

Though hands-on activities are often key components for health science students, very rarely do professors get the opportunity to show students what it’s really like to work in a hectic, hospital environment....

New police, housing directors take part in meet and greet

Reginald Johnson II March 8, 2016

Newly appointed Chief of Police Patrick Coggins and Director of Residence Life and Housing Kristi Schulte were the focal points of the meet and greet on March 9 in Comanche Suites.“It’s been a busy...

Laura Fidelie, criminal justice associate professor, opens the Campus Carry Public Forum discussion where concerned citizens could speak about what they thought on the topic, it was held in Dillard 100, Nov. 2. Photo by Bradley Wilson

15 students discuss guns on campus at forum

Jacob Smith November 3, 2015

The Campus Carry Task Force held its first, and only, public forum Nov. 2 to discuss plans for the Campus Carry Law passed in the last Texas legislative session. Laura Fidelie, chair of the task...

Safe spring break success

Mandy Saal March 5, 2015

This year’s annual Safe Spring Break organizers wanted to remind students to drink responsibly, avoid dangerous activities, and gave students advice about what they should do to take care of their bodies. Shanna...

Campus police: Thefts remain steady

Campus police: Thefts remain steady

Matthew Swiger February 11, 2015

As a new semester begins, campus crime follows, and while some students feel the frequency of thefts has increased, university police Sgt. Albert Jimenes said the number of thefts is actually normal. According...

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