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All posts tagged "vandalism"
Students rally on Bobcat Way after Frozen Four games
No trees were harmed on the Mount Carmel campus Saturday evening, despite the men’s ice hockey team’s loss to North Dakota University (UND) in the Frozen Four championship game. This is a stark comparison to the celebration...
- Posted April 12, 2016
University to repair extensive damage to Commons, Complex
The Hamden Police Department and Public Safety are investigating cases of vandalism on campus in Commons and Complex, according to Associate Vice President for Public Relations John Morgan. Windows were smashed in Complex, while ceiling tiles on...
- Posted March 25, 2016
Wreck: A message to ceiling tile punchers
Freshman year I lived in the Commons, a freshman residence hall on the Mount Carmel campus. And now, as a senior, I’m an RA in the Commons, in the same exact hall that I lived in freshman...
- Posted September 2, 2015
Three arrested over weekend for marijuana possession
Hamden police arrested three students for possession of less than four ounces of marijuana, and students punched out more than 240 ceiling tiles in freshman residence halls, Chief of Public Safety David Barger said.
- Posted May 1, 2014
Student vandalism impacts town
Groups of Hamden residents are unhappy with the behavior of some students and the recent destruction of mailboxes. The number of reports of off-campus complaints this year has increased, according to Chief of Public Safety David Barger....
- Posted October 28, 2013
Commons suffers dorm damages
Commons residence hall has faced numerous acts of vandalism including broken ceiling tiles, smashed windows and torn hallway decorations, according to residents and resident assistants. Residents say it is beginning to negatively affect the image and reputation...
- Posted February 6, 2013