On Saturday, Oct. 23, at 11 a.m., a Campus Police officer was dispatched to Wolfe Hall's fourth floor outside the elevators on a report of arson.
Upon arrival, the Community Advisor (CA) on duty said that another student notified him about the incident.
On Thursday, Oct. 7 between 10:30 a.m. and 6 p.m., vandalism occurred in Lot 17. A female student reported damage to the Boston Red Sox vanity license plate on her Ford van.
The license plate was bent in an upward position, breaking the left part of the plate.
On Thursday, Sept. 23, Campus Police was dispatched to Wolfe Hall on reports of fireworks being lit and thrown out a room window. While monitoring the building, the officers saw fireworks being thrown out the window at 12:40 a.m. and 1:10 a.m. The officers determined which window the fireworks were being thrown out of and went up to the room.
On Sept. 11, at 12:10 a.m., an officer observed two males moving objects inside a trunk of a parked 2001 Saturn. The officer parked perpendicular to the car and saw a 30-pack and a 12-pack of Coors Light being placed into a book bag.
When one of the individuals started wearing the bag, the officer asked the students what was in the bag.
On Wednesday, Jan. 21, at 1:35 a.m., Campus Police was dispatched to Ely and Brewster Halls on a report of criminal mischief. The officers noticed blue marker on walls on the first floor hallway of Ely as well as nametags and message boards ripped off the doors.
On Thursday, Jan. 15, a Campus Police officer noticed the College's sign near the Browning Avenue extension was damaged.
Inspection of the scene revealed tracks indicating that a car coming into campus had hit the sign and turned to drive away from campus.
On Oct. 12, at 2:05 a.m., Campus Police responded to a report of a group of individuals throwing water bottles off the Lot 8 parking garage roof. Upon arrival, the officers noticed four men looking over the roof's ledge.
A fifth unconscious person was sitting in the front passenger seat of a 2001 Ford pickup truck with his head hanging out of the window.
The Task Force on Positioning proposed eliminating the honors program among other ways to move the College forward.
The Task Force met with Lipman Hearne Integrated Marketing, whose recommendations were weighed when the Task Force wrote its positioning platform and rationale.