What time was it? On Nov. 1 at 1:30 a.m., Public Safety became aware of an alcohol violation by two underage students in the BLC. The officer observed a female student sitting in a chair and having problems maintaining balance. When asked how much she drank, she responded, “It was 12:00.” An ambulance was notified to come and evaluate her. Another female approached the officer and said she wanted to escort the first student to her dorm. The first student got up and walked with her. Public Safety observed the second student was staggering. They were stopped and asked about how much she drank and one of them replied “Not much.”
They both departed and at that point both were deemed coherent. Both were charged with alcohol violations and failure to comply. The matter has been referred to the Office of Community Standards.
Elephant in the room
It had to be addressed eventually. On Oct. 29 at 3:13 p.m., Public Safety was dispatched to Olson Hall. Upon arrival, a female student stated that she noticed a glass elephant on a desk in the room she was in that might be used to smoke suspected marijuana. There was no evidence of suspected marijuana residue on the glass elephant. Public Safety took the property for further investigation. The investigation is continuing.