Campus Safety and Security:  Building Community Relations

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Caitlin Dorsch ~ Co-Editor in Chief

     With many questions surrounding the parking issue on-campus as a result of the building of Westover Hall, many students, faculty, and staff members of the University of Lynchburg have looked to Campus Safety and Security for answers.  

     Since the beginning of the school here, the University has had a number of traffic violations, from minor parking violations to hit-and-run incidents.  In fact, just last week, there was a hit-and-run incident, according to the University’s Daily Crime Log found in the University of Lynchburg website in the Campus Safety section.

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“Hootie Hoo”

Alyssa Cannaday, Guest Writer~

Taylor White, Guest Writer~

Joshua Starkweather, Guest Writer~

As the semester progresses at Lynchburg College, so does the work of the security staff. Security reports increased significantly during the month of February.

These reports predominantly pertain to the use of alcohol on campus, specifically underage consumption.

Eighty percent of reported alcohol violations involved underage possession, with 10 percent involving those over 21 giving alcohol to a minor.   Continue reading ““Hootie Hoo””