A Hill Hall resident received a rude awakening in the middle of the night. On Feb. 20, a male student reported to Public Safety that on Feb. 16 at 2 a.m., he awoke to the noise of someone trying to open his door. He said that he could hear individuals speaking outside of his room and that they eventually said “someone’s in there,” and left the premises. No suspects or further information have been found at this point.
An individual not affiliated with the university attempted to use a student’s Rider I.D. card to gain entry into the Student Recreation Center gym. It was discovered that the I.D. card was lent to the individual by a Rider student, who was unaware of the policy against this. The student was apologetic about the incident, and the case has since been referred to the Office of Community Standards.
Students walking into Cranberry’s may have noticed a missing brick on the Bart Luedeke Center Patio in recent weeks. On Feb. 19 at 12:30 p.m., the gap in the patio caused a staff member to trip and fall, resulting in pain and soreness in both knees as well as scraped hands. Public Safety was notified that the brick was replaced by 2:30 p.m. the same day.