Crime

Students look to light campus walkways

Students, Public Safety officers, and University staff members teamed up Tuesday evening to survey locations on and off campus in need of better lighting as a part of the annual Walk for Light event.

Simon professor emeritus resigns title after tax fraud plea

Horsky resigned his title Monday after the Department of Justice announced last Friday that he had paid a $100-million penalty and pleaded guilty to conspiracy for avoiding taxes through Swiss bank accounts.

Gun talks still alive

Students, faculty, and staff sparred over evidence for and against arming Public Safety officers at the Medical Center.

Security Commission recommends arming select DPS officers

University President Joel Seligman stressed in a Thursday email to all students, faculty, and staff that no decision would be made without community input.

Police scuba team searches Genesee after report of falling person

Police did not confirm whether anyone or anything had been found.

Commission makes preliminary recommendation for limited guns at Med Center

A University commission has made a preliminary recommendation to arm a handful of Public Safety officers at the Medical Center, though it will neither be considered nor publicized by UR until the fall semester.

Should Public Safety have guns?

For many vocal students, the answer is no.

Tutoring flyers distributed in supposed scam

On Jan. 26, DPS staff investigated a possible scam involving flyers for “High Quality Tutoring” being passed around in two classrooms.

Two more suspects arraigned in kidnapping case

Jesus Castro-Ubiles and Ruth Lora are newly charged with ties to the kidnapping.

New patrol unit follows kidnapping

Formed after the recent kidnapping, the new unit will focus on giving DPS a visible and accessible presence on campus.