Public Safety was called to the Bart Luedeke Center (BLC) on April 26 about 3 p.m. for a reported medical emergency.
The officers met with a female who was on the ground floor of the BLC. She said that she started to feel disoriented and was experiencing numbness in her legs. At this time, Public Safety notified an ambulance and the woman was transported to a nearby hospital for further treatment and evaluation.
An ongoing verbal harassment incident was reported to Public Safety at 1:16 p.m. on April 24.
A female student who resides in Hill Hall told Public Safety officers that since the start of the fall semester, a male staff member had been very friendly toward her and asked for her phone number. The student felt uncomfortable by the compliments she received from the staff member and said that she is being verbally harassed. This matter is still under investigation.
On May 1, Facebook statuses began appearing in the newsfeeds of many students showing a sign that read “mandatory drug tests will be performed during the reading day” for all resident students for the upcoming fall semester. The signs were a hoax, but many believed them.
The notice was posted in all of the residence halls and included Public Safety’s phone number as well as a fake seal of approval from the Office of Campus Life.
The matter is currently under investigation.