Campus Security Reports
--Campus Police answered a call on the night of the 22nd about a cat seen walking near the Carillon.
Officer Cho reports that at least one student witnessed the cat near the front door of the Carillon. The cat was described as being mottled brown and white, with a tail.
--Chief Tommy "T.R." Randolph reminds all students that they are to park in their designated lots--Seniors and resident juniors may use Lot B on Mondays and Thursdays, with approved passes, except on Rush Week in August and during Founder's Day celebrations in March. On Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Sundays, they may park in Lots B or F, without special passes. All other days, except home game days, they may park in designated Green Zones, as long as they have a Green Zone Permit.
Freshmen and sophomores, whether resident or off-campus dwelling, may only park in Lot 5 or Brown Zones on Wednesdays. Tuesdays and Fridays, resident freshmen may not park on campus without an approved White Area Exception, or unless otherwise permitted. Remote Lot 1 and Green (B) Zones can be used at all times, between 7 a.m. and noon. Game day parking will be at North Main Lot 1, Aisles 45-47. Mondays and after-hours, all lots designated by Code F signs can be used, unless otherwise noted.
Shuttle riders may park at Old Barker, or at New Barker, on any even numbered days, including game days. Any student riding a shuttle must still purchase a Red Zone sticker and hangtag. These must be displayed at all times on the left front and right rear bumpers, and on the inside rearview mirror. Odd numbered days, shuttle riders may park only at Old Barker, except for theater majors, who may choose to park at Lot 15, if they have a Blue pass.
Graduate students MUST use Graduate Brown Zone--E-2 while on campus, unless prior approval is granted by department head, and only in such cases where research is being done on federally-funded projects. In these instances, a Research Work Parking Permit may be obtained, which allows parking in A Areas, B Areas, and Lot 15 on alternating days, and in all Blue Transportation Lots on Saturdays.
All on-campus fraternities, sororities, clubs, and organizations which have allocated buildings and parking spaces MUST comply with University Parking Regulations 16 (c) 2, whether or not classes are in session.
Parking passes may be obtained at Central Security between the hours of 6:30 a.m. and 7:10 a.m. Monday through Tuesday. Please call ext. 245 for more information.
--A shoe was found outside of the Ethel Merman Dormitory. Please come by the Student Union Lost and Found to claim it. You will be required to give a description of the shoe.