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Crime decreases after Husky Village thief apprehension

Campus crime has dropped since the apprehension of the Husky Village thief Oct. 10. The arrest was in connection with a rash of thefts spanning from Sept. 5 – Oct.10 in which several apartments were burgled in the Husky Village apartment complex. With the help of students and Husky Village staff, the University Police Department was able to apprehend and identify the suspect.

Women’s team gives insight on first season

The women’s soccer team has overcome many obstacles throughout its first season. They entered into the Red River Athletic Conference Tournament with an overall record of 10-5 and 3-3 in conference play. The team sat down with Collegian reporter Josh King to reflect on their first season.

Men’s soccer team banters about season

The new men’s soccer team began with 19 strangers, but after their first season of playing together, they had no problem developing strong camaraderie. Going into the Red River Athletic Conference Tournament, the Huskies hold a 8-6-1 overall record and a 4-3 conference record.

Forum prompt students to voice political opinions

Students were given the opportunity to express their opinions on the United States’ involvement in global issues at the first World Affairs Forum hosted by the department of history and political science Oct. 24. The forum’s main purpose was for students to meet outside of a classroom setting and engage in discussions about world affairs.

Nagy praised as ‘valuable asset’

His boss describes him as an asset, as an employee that she would like to clone. University security guard Laszlo Nagy fits this description and his work was recently rewarded when he was named Employee of the Fall Quarter. University Police Chief Paula Aguirre said the award is long overdue “There is not a day that he is not out there assisting and transporting our campus community,” Aguirre said.

Sloan recruits former Baylor vice president

James Steen was hired as the University’s new vice president for enrollment management Nov. 1 after serving on Baylor University’s enrollment services staff for 13 years. Steen is President Robert B. Sloan Jr.’s first hire since becoming the University president, Sept.

‘Fright Test’ used to raise student awareness on social issues

The Student Programming Board introduced “Fright Test” to the University in October to educate students on the issues of alcohol awareness, abuse, rape and sexually transmitted diseases. The series, which started Oct. 10, ran every Tuesday in October with the primary purpose being to educate students by shocking them about the dangers of various social issues.

‘Husky Hunt’ begins

As students walked into the Men’s Residence College Oct. 30 they were greeted by Junior resident assistant Melody McClanahan who calmly said, “You are going to be kidnapped in a few moments.” As the participants arrived, mingled and were kidnapped, they were taken to one of three nearby doors.

Chief calls Husky Village thief apprehension ‘a group effort’

University Police Chief Paula Aguirre modestly asserted that the apprehension of the Husky Village thief, Oct. 10, ‘was a group effort.’ Sgt. Charles Miller quickly refuted the statement, giving full credit to Aguirre and praising her leadership. “Most police chiefs would not have left their office to apprehend a suspect,” Miller said.

Crime decreases after Husky Village thief apprehension

Campus crime has dropped since the apprehension of the Husky Village thief Oct. 10. The arrest was in connection with a rash of thefts spanning from Sept. 5 – Oct.10 in which several apartments were burgled in the Husky Village apartment complex. With the help of students and Husky Village staff, the University Police Department was able to apprehend and identify the suspect.