Monday, October 28th
- Campus Safety responded to Sohre Hall to take a report for a student who’s rear wheel was stolen off their bicycle.
- A student reported being pushed and called an inappropriate name.
Tuesday, October 29th
- Campus Safety responded to Southwest Hall for a fire alarm.
Wednesday, October 30th
- Campus Safety conducted a welfare check for a student in Pittman Hall.
- Campus Safety responded to a fire alarm at the Adolphson House.
- A student in Gibbs Hall was referred by Campus Safety to the Campus Conduct System for possession of a controlled substance and paraphernalia.
Thursday, October 31st
- Campus Safety responded to Gibbs Hall for a student of concern. One student was transported to the hospital by ambulance.
Friday, November 1st
- Campus Safety investigated a marijuana odor at Norelius Hall.
- Campus Safety responded to Fine Arts Music for a medical assist.
Saturday, November 2nd
- Campus Safety witnessed some policy violations in College View Apartments, students referred to the campus conduct system.
- Campus Safety received a call about a conduct violation in Norelius Hall.
- Campus Safety responded to an odor of marijuana complaint in Pittman Hall. A student was referred to the campus conduct system.
Sunday, November 3rd
- Campus Safety responded to Sorensen Hall for an of-age, non-student alcohol incident.
- A possible bias incident was reported to Campus Safety. Posters depicting different religions were damaged in North Hall.
- Campus Safety responded to a request to investigate an odor of marijuana at the Almen-Vickner Guest House.
Monday, November 4th
- No incidents reported
Tuesday, November 5th
- Campus Safety responded to a medical assist at Chapel View Townhomes.
- Campus Safety responded to Southwest hall for a student not feeling well. Student was transported to River’s Edge Hospital.
- A CF smelt a strong burning smell in Sorensen Hall. Two CF’s and Campus Safety assessed the situation and removed four candles from the room.
Wednesday, November 6th
- Two CFs had to remind residents in North Hall about quiet hours.
Thursday, November 7th
- Campus Safety was called to Uhler Hall for graffiti that was spray painted in three separate restrooms.
- Campus Safety responded to a medical assist in Mattson Hall for a student that fainted. The student was transported to River Edge hospital by ambulance for further evaluations.
- Health Services reported a fall that happened on Nov. 6. The student slipped and fell on the ice in between Rundstrom and Old Main.
Friday, November 8th
- No incidents reported
Saturday, November 9th
- Campus Safety responded to a fire alarm at Uhler Hall.
- Campus Safety responded to a fire alarm in College View Apartments; Damage to Gustavus property was also discovered, suspect unknown.
Sunday, November 10th
- A student reported a fire extinguisher was laying on the ground by the track and soccer field.
Note: Case dispositions are available online by viewing the daily crime log on the Campus Safety web page: https://gustavus.edu/safety/incidents/index.php
Tip of the Week:
Snowplow operators have much to monitor and control, and their ability to see behind them is limited by side mirrors. Their vision can also be hampered by the snow clouds they create while plowing. As a pedestrian, avoid using electronic devices that can inhibit your ability to see and/or hear snowplows. Make it a habit to make eye contact with the snowplow driver; this assures they see you and they know you see them.
Safe driving means: Check road conditions at www.511mn.org or call 511; it takes time to get the roads back to good driving conditions. Be patient and remember snowplows are working to improve road conditions for your trip.Stay back at least five car lengths behind the plow, far from the snow cloud. Snowplow operators will pull over when it is safe to do so to allow traffic build-up to pass. Stay alert for snowplows that turn or exit frequently and often with little warning. They may also travel over centerlines or partially in traffic to further improve road conditions. Slow down to a safe speed for current conditions, and give yourself plenty of travel time. Snowplows typically move at slower speeds. Avoid unnecessary travel if road conditions are too poor.