Seacobeck nostalgia drives students to take souvenirs causing spike in campus stats of crime reportsApril 25, 2017 | Blue and Gray Press News
By CHEYENNE ROLLINS
It’s a widely known secret among the students. Sometimes the doors to Seacobeck Hall are left open, other times they are not, and it just takes a jiggle of the doorknob to find out. If the door …
By JENNA DAVENPORT
The University of Mary Washington recently received a $300,000 grant from the U.S. Department of Justice’s Office on Violence Against Women.
By JONATHON MYERS
“Townies,” or residents of the local area who are not enrolled at the University of Mary Washington, have been playing basketball at the Goolrick gyms and interrupting team practices, in some cases some even refuse to leave when told. The thought that complete strangers can wander onto campus at their leisure and use our facilities is a scary reality to some.
Three Divest UMW members arrested for trespassing following administrative warning to clear the premises of George Washington Hall.
The University of Mary Washington Campus Police Department released its annual security report on Sept. 30. The report showed mild changes in a variety of crimes and reports on campus including, administrative referrals, the drug policy and sexual assualts.
By MAGGIE KARRS
Saturday, Feb. 2 at 9:43 p.m. University Police received a dispatch alerting them to a flood after campus security received an alarm call in Eagle Landing, resulting in residents relocating to the Anderson Center.
While nothing about crime is good, the apprehension of a criminal always provides a sense of relief. Last week, the University of Mary Washington community could breathe a collective sigh of relief. On Friday morning, a suspect was arrested for recent burglaries of Virginia, DuPont and Pollard halls. The arrest was possible only as a result of the sharp eye of a student and the speedy response of two University Police officers, Jeffrey Perry and Joe Gagliardi.
By MAGGIE KARRS
On Dec. 31, residents of Virginia Hall received an email notifying them that a break-in had occurred during winter break and had been discovered the day before. Eight rooms were robbed, one on the first floor of the freshman residence hall and seven on the second.
By ELIZABETH BRENNAN
Student arrests related to drinking have increased in Fredericksburg, and parties are moving out of college heights as the tension between the community and University of Mary Washington students continues to mount throughout the fall semester.
Campus police responded to the claim of a missing person. A current University of Mary Washington student reported a former student missing; however, the person had been in the custody of Fredericksburg police.
A UMW student, 21, of …
By YAWEN MAIER
The UMW police department have a new tool in their efforts to patrol the University of Mary Washington campus: a T3-series electric stand-up vehicle, added at the end of July by President Rick Hurley to increase police …
By EVE CEDERBAUM
The University of Mary Washington is increasing its efforts to raise the visibility of campus police and improve campus-wide awareness about drinking responsibly, according to Campus Police Lieutenant Michael Hall.
This year, aside from the large quantities …
By EMILY MONTGOMERY
Sept. 9- UMW police responded to a report of underage intoxication at 12:55 a.m. in Eagle Landing, warranting an administrative referral.
Sept. 9- UMW police received a report that a bicycle had been stolen from the Battlegrounds …
On Jan. 21, Representative Paula Miller (D, Norfolk) presented House bill 2490 to the General Assembly, which if passed would require campus police departments across the commonwealth to hand jurisdiction of cases involving sexual assault and death over to local …
Picture this: it’s a Saturday night and you and your buddy leave a party and walk over to 7-Eleven. The reason you are walking is because everyone at the party is too drunk to drive.
While purchasing a …