There was clear sign a crime had been committed at the Gamma Phi Beta sorority house when a large wooden sign of the letter “B” went missing Nov. 16.
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A car was found damaged in the Alpha Kappa Lambda fraternity house’s parking lot on Nov. 10 and some questioned whether members of the fraternity or even the car’s owner himself may have been responsible.
A University of Arizona student fell victim to a classic crime that’s usually reserved for high school movies and Halloween night: egging.
At their semi-annual meeting on the University of Arizona campus, the Arizona Board of Regents discussed monetary concerns, such as the leasing of university property for commercial use and data on student debt and graduate wages.
Scores of horror movies feature mysterious callers. Luckily a frightening phone call turned into a near-miss scam after it was reported to the University of Arizona Police Department on Oct. 22.
It’s important to take time for self-reflection, even in the middle of an arrest, apparently. UAPD officers caught an oddly self-aware bicycle thief in the act the morning of Oct. 24.
A mysterious man was reported lurking outside the Alpha Phi sorority house and looking through windows Oct. 17.
A note from the writer of Police Beat: Last year at around this time, I wrote the Police Beat: Homecoming Edition for 2017. It was my second ever Police Beat. It was okay, but now, 30 Police Beats later, I knew I could do better. So here are the same three cases from last year, written with a whole year of crime reporting as hindsight. Here’s to another year of Police Beat.
An estimated 40,000-to 50,000 people marched at the Arizona State Capitol April 26 to demand better funding for public education. After the demonstration, the dismal state of education in Arizona became impossible to ignore.
Soliciting students for their signatures was not on the menu at the Student Union Memorial Center food court, as it ended up requiring an officer intervention on Oct. 2.
It was neither snow nor cocaine nor anthrax that made up the white powder that covered a UA student dorm room, but OxiClean laundry detergent.
Being an adult apparently does not mean that you can’t still blame everything on your parents. At least, that’s what one drunk University of Arizona student thought when he was caught by a University of Arizona Police Department officer during Family Weekend 2015.
The University of Arizona 2018 Campus Safety, Security and Fire Report, released Monday Oct. 1, showed a significant increase in the reported number of burglaries and a large decrease in the number of drug and alcohol related offenses.
While a shortened priority registration period may seem like a big change, it may not actually change much on registration day at all, given the registration habits of University of Arizona undergraduate students.
A picture is worth a thousand words. So is a screenshot, especially if it is of an inappropriate conversation plotting to take photos of a woman in the shower.
Lots of college students keep things under their beds, like dressers and mini fridges, but stashing a rifle under there will get you a visit from UAPD.
Getting into a fight at a frat house may be a movie trope, but it probably was not how one out of town man wanted to spend his time in Tucson. But that’s exactly what happened on the night of Aug. 25.
You are what you read: College of Public Health professor named editor-in-chief of Nutrition Reviews
If you read between the lines, the appointment of Dr. Douglas Teran, expert in maternal and child nutrition and dean for academic student affairs in the Mel and Enid Zuckerman College of Public Health, as editor-in chief of Nutrition Reviews provides a unique opportunity for him and his students.
The Apollo Missions to the moon. The Viking Missions to Mars. The Voyager missions to deep space. These are a series of what one might call “small steps for man” that have one surprising thing in common: the University of Arizona was involved.
Multiple residents of Coronado Residence Hall have reported seeing a mystery man roaming the halls and some suspect him of being behind the recent theft of a gold Hermès bracelet.