Marquette Wire

DPS Reports 3/2-3/3

Matt Gozun

March 6, 2014

Sunday, 3/2 Between 1:30 a.m. and 2:30 a.m., a student was harassed by two students in Straz Tower. At 4:40 a.m., a student reported being shoved and held against her will by another student in Straz Tower. The student was...

DPS Reports 11/29 TDZ1 TW2 DAC3

Matt Campbell

November 30, 2010

Nov. 24 At 5:29 p.m., a female student, 18, reported receiving harassing e-mails and phone calls from a male student, 21. The messages were not threatening, but the victim said that they were received in excessive amounts. The sub...

Incidents keep DPS busy during break

david.kinowski@marquette.edu

January 13, 2004

Two Marquette students were arrested Dec. 10 after shining a laser light pen on a Department of Public Safety officer from a McCormick Hall room, in one of the incidents reported to DPS over winter break. The 18- and 19-year-old...

UW faces heavy crime

david.kinowski@marquette.edu

December 4, 2003

Underage drinking and theft from autos are problems plaguing campus police forces throughout Wisconsin campuses. On Dec. 2 the Tribune reported on a study that found that more than half of UW students surveyed drink moderately,...

Safety board asks state to ‘click it’

Matt Ryno

December 4, 2003

Over 21,000 lives could have been saved nationally in 2001 if all passengers over the age of 4 wore seat belts. However, Wisconsin is still not among the 18 states in which the police may pull over anyone seen not wearing a seat...

Northwestern grows alarmed

December 2, 2003

A spate of recent attacks waged on Northwestern students — purse snatchings, muggings and armed robberies — has lead Evanston city officials and the Northwestern administration to seek out ways to protect their students. Now,...

UW students drink moderately

December 2, 2003

At first glance, a recent survey of University of Wisconsin system students confirms what many already assumed: Students in Wisconsin drink more than the average college student nationwide. A closer examination of the results,...

Northwestern has seen rise in assaults

Will Ashenmacher

November 20, 2003

"It's like any other crime," Evanston City Mnager Robert Crum said. "We're taking it very seriously." Since Sept. 27, seven or eight assaults on Northwestern students have been reported. The number varies because the Evanston...

TB threat remains slight to students

Will Ashenmacher

November 20, 2003

A Milwaukee Health Department spokesperson reiterated Wednesday that a tuberculosis case did not pose a serious health threat to the Marquette community. At the same time, a university statistics professor said there was a...