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2A - Monday, February 12, 2007

Rtes Before You Were Here

Campus Characters


Revelry in the residence halls
The dorms with the highest rates of alcohol citations

Although Markley and Bursley
have the reputation as the rowdiest
dorms oo campus, the oumobers tell
a differeot story.
Fletcher aod Alice Lloyd had the
most incidents per resident- and
the most alcohol and drug citations
per resident - of all dorms on cam-
pus over the last five years.
Fletcher, a small dorm on Souch
Camspus that houses just 80o stu-
dents, had an average of 16.1 alcohol
and drug citations per 100 students
annually. Alice Lloyd, a dorm on the
Hill with a capacity of about 500
students, was close behind with an
average of 15.4 citations per 100 stu-
dents earlh year.
Markley had an average of 13.7
citations and Bursley had an average
of 10.4 over the same time, placing
thsens third ansd fourtls respectively.
Fletcher and Alice Lloyd seem to
have turned over a new leaf, though.

Last semester both dorms had few
er chatn 10 alcohol and drugecitations
per 100 students.
Residents of both dorms said
underage students are being more
cautious this year when drinking.
Many have decided to stay in their
rooms, close the door and keep the
nsusic down rather than party in the
hallways, residents said.
Students in both dorms said they
hold beer pong games using doors
taken off their hinges, though.
"Drinking is a normal part of col-
lege experience," said Scott Quaye, a
resilirut of Alice Lloyd. "It's a rite of
Kyle McMillan, an Alice Lloyd
resident, said the dorm has still had
its sare of alcohol-related incidents
this year.
One female Lloyd resident
returned to the dorms seemingly
drunk and thought a peer's bedroom

was the bathroom, McMillan said.
She tried to open the door with
her key until the room's resident
came out to inform her that it wasn't
the bathroons.
Housing officials said in an inter-
view last weekcthatcthey didn'tcknow
what caused the discrepancy in inci-
dent rates between dorms.
Large numbers of freshmen prob-
ably inflateethe incidentcrates of some
dorms, said Greg Merritt, director of
residence education for University
Housing. He said there's probably a
wrinkle of truth to everyone's own
folk theory about what causes the
difference in citation rates between

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WHERE: Hutchins Hall
WHEN: Thursday at about 3:30
WHAT: A man not affiliated
with the University was arrested
after he defecated on the floor
of amachine room, the Depart-
ment of Public Safety reported.
Pipes stolen
from basement
WHERE: Mason Hall
WHEN: Friday at about 11:30
WHAT: An unidentified sus-
pect cook a copper pipe and
fittings for plumbing from a
locked area in the basement of
Mason Hall, DPS reported. The
cost of the pipes and fittings
were estimated at $650 and
were stolen at sonse time dur-
ing the last two months.

WHAT: An unknown subject
punched a male student, DPS
reported. The attacker was
described as a male about6
feet tall, weighing about 180
pounds, with a shaved head
and no facial hair. The student
refused treatisent.
On icy road,

WHAT: A discussion on
Jewish ideas about keeping
WHO: Rabbi Aryeh ben
WHEN: Today from 7 to 9
WHERE: Hillel uipper lec-
tunre hall

valet drives car Activity about
through fence the history of
Vaetn's Day
WHERE: L otmM-29.n400 Ni,'h-vaetn y

detergent and snacks
WHO: University Unions
WHEN: Today at 7 p.m.
WHERE: Pierpont Commons
original pieces
WHAT: A performance
featuring original works by
student composers frons the
School of Music
WHO: Schsool of Music
WHEN: Today at 8 p.m.
WHERE: Britton Recital
Hall, E.V. Moore Building
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WHEN: Thursday at about
11:30 a.m.
WHAT: A patient's car spun
out while beinsg driven by a
male valet and drove thsrough
a fence. DPS reporoed. Thsere
were no injuries.

WHAT: An eveist about the
history ansd traditions of
Valentine's Day
WHO: International Center
WHEN: 'Today froms 5 to6 7
WHERE: Roomss9, lIterna-
tionsal Center

jton University devoted to
research in extrasensory
perception, or ESP, will close
at the end of February after
28 years of controversy. The
lab's research had long been
denounced as junk science by
mainstream scientists.

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