The University of Arizona Police Department is still investigating the death of a student t Posada San Pedro Residence Hall on Oct. 11.
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Twist and shout
A male student died after falling off a walkway in the Posada San Pedro Residence Hall early yesterday morning, according to a University of Arizona Police Department media release.
Tales from the Lyft
Number of reported hate crimes remained the same, auto vehicle thefts increased, according to latest report
The University of Arizona 2019 Campus Safety, Security and Fire Report, also known as the Clery Act report, revealed little change in the number of reported hate crimes, a significant rise in documented motor vehicle thefts and a decline in reported rapes.
Don’t sweat it
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Edit: An earlier version of this article stated that Frazier and Rawlings were both students in the Eller College of Management.This article has been updated for accuracy.
UPDATE: The case report and the names of the alleged assailants have since been released
The two students allegedly involved with Tuesday's assault against a black student have been arrested and charged with class 1 misdemeanor assault, according to an email sent out to University of Arizona students and staff by University of Arizona Police Department Chief of Police Brian Seastone on Friday afternoon.
Two men fighting in front of the Panera Bread located in the Marshall building led to the detainment of at least one of the men this afternoon. No injuries were reported, according to Tucson Police Department Public Information Officer Frank Magos.
Almost perfect, but not quite
Grand Theft Golf Cart Jr.
Two old Highland District stand-bys, Graham-Greenlee Residence Hall and Hopi Residence Halls, welcomed incoming students for move in this past week, despite reports last year that they would be closed for good.
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From stolen golf carts to drug busts and naive social media users, here are this year's most outrageous Police Beats.
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