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Unity Conference examines campus bias and diversity

By | Dec 15, 2006

Nearly 50 students presented ideas to raise awareness of recent acts of bias and increase the overall understanding of diversity Saturday at the African-Latino Society’s first Unity Conference in Textor Hall. Terry Martinez, director of student engagement and multicultural affairs, said there have been 14 reported incidents of bias on campus this semester. “When you…


Public Safety identifies six more victims of car theft

By | Dec 13, 2006

The Office of Public Safety has identified six more victims of property theft in connection with a series of vehicle break-ins in November. Laura Durling, assistant director of patrol and security services, said the identifications will lead to six more misdemeanor charges of possession of stolen property against sophomore Danielle Varricchio and freshman Jennifer Forman.…


Two students arrested and charged in connection with vehicle break-ins

By | Dec 8, 2006

Two students were arrested and charged last Thursday in connection with the Office of Public Safety’s investigation into vehicle break-ins. Sophomore Danielle Varricchio and freshman Jennifer Forman were arrested and charged with criminal possession of stolen property in the 4th degree, a felony. Investigator Tom Dunn said the students were found in possession of property…


Students charged in connection with vehicle burglaries

By | Dec 2, 2006

Two students were arrested and charged Thursday night in connection with an investigation by the Office of Public Safety into numerous vehicle break-ins. Sophomore Danielle Varricchio and freshman Jennifer Forman were arrested and charged with criminal possession of stolen property in the 4th degree, a felony. Investigator Tom Dunn said the students were found in…