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Beware the B.A.T.: UPD gives tips on bicycle theft prevention

In October alone, more than five instances of bicycle theft have been reported, with more occurring since, but with the help of the Bicycle Anti-Theft program (B.A.T.), students can potentially reduce the risk of bike theft. Instances of theft on campus happen year-round; however, fall semester is when UPD notice an increase in bicycle thefts. According to Patrol and Investigations ...

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Weekly crime report 10/30 – 11/5

Oct. 30 No crimes reported. Oct. 31 At 9:26 a.m., UPD took a report in reference to a vehicular hit and run at South Georgia Medical Center Parking Structure. Nov. 1 No crimes reported. Nov. 2 No crimes reported. Nov. 3 At 3:50 a.m., an officer issued an individual a citation for underage possession of alcohol at Sustella Parking Deck. ...

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Dr. Scott-McGee expresses love for student health

Over the course of this year, VSU has implemented many changes within the university, including opening the medical director position. After a rigorous process, Dr. Kim Scott-McGee was chosen for the position. “The hiring process for the medical director was led by the Assistant Director for Business Operations Lynette Lewis,” Dr. Vincent Miller, vice president of student affairs, said. “She ...

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Weekly crime report 10/23 – 29

Oct. 23 No crimes reported Oct. 24 At 10:16 a.m., UPD took a report in reference to financial transaction card theft and fraud. At 12:39 p.m., UPD took a report in reference to financial transaction card theft and fraud. At 3:30 p.m., UPD took a report in reference to damage to a student’s vehicle at the communication arts parking lot. ...

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VSU discusses changes to academic appeal process

On Thursday Oct. 19 at the Faculty Senate meeting, Associate Provost Sheri Gravett announced that VSU is changing the way students appeal academic suspension. Gravett said that the current process involved too many steps, making the appeal process seem more tedious than necessary. “What will happen is . . . they (students on suspension) will only go to one place,” ...

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Weekly crime report 10/16 – 10/22

Oct. 16 No crimes reported. Oct. 17 At 7:31 p.m., a student reported an incident of theft by taking to an officer. The student reported her stolen tires on her locked bicycle next to Reade Hall. Oct. 18 At 10:46 a.m., UPD took a report of damage to property. A student reported a dent on his vehicle. The location of ...

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VSU renumbers West hall classrooms

After years of using a three-digit numbering system for West Hall’s classrooms, VSU has decided to renumber them in favor of organization. Plant Operations Director Ray Sable said that the renumbering came about in response to consistency issues. “In general, we’re trying to change the number system across campus so it’s all the same,” Sable said. Sable said that VSU ...

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Weekly crime report 10/9 – 10/15

October 9 No crimes reported. October 10 At 4:44 p.m. by the Student Union, an officer took a report in reference to a theft by taking. October 11 At 2:15 p.m. by Patterson Residence Hall, an officer took a report in reference to theft by taking. At 3:41 p.m. by Pine Hall, an officer took a report in reference to ...

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Dean Lowe embraces student development

A little over two months ago, Assistant Vice President of Student Affairs Daryl Lowe came to VSU. Lowe lives his life following his passion: student development. Originally from Detroit, Lowe was raised in Ann Arbor, Michigan. He enjoys reading, exercise, and loves to “kill it” at karaoke. Lowe’s love for student development led him to become Assistant Dean of Students ...

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Comic Corner: Dark Days come for us all eventually . . . right?

What would it take for you to snap? Would you lose it over the loss of someone important? What about losing your job or being bullied? Everyone is capable of snapping from a bad day. Right now, DC Comics is trying to show readers that in their most recent event, Metal. “All it takes is one bad day to reduce ...

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