Archive for Tag Archives: ' Campus safety'

Accessibility on Albion’s Campus

By Sarah Likens There are things you don’t think about or notice until it directly affects you. One of those things is accessibility. I had a major hip surgery on Dec. 1, 2015. I tore my [...]

Administration and Students Gather to Discuss Hate Speech Incidents on Campus

On Wednesday evening, Black Student Alliance members and other students met with Sally Walker, vice president of student affairs, and President Mauri Ditzler in the James Welton house to discuss a series of hate speech violations [...]

Campus Safety Tips: What Students Can Do While on Campus

Sunday, Sept. 6 brought a sobering note to Albion College’s campus. At 12:07 p.m. Campus Safety sent out a text message alert to students regarding an incident that had taken place early that morning on campus. [...]

Q&A: Student claims knowledge of vandalism

A student who chose to remain anonymous approached The Pleiad to discuss the campus vandalism after our recent publication. Our source claims to know the individuals who spray-painted the college’s property, Kappa Delta’s house and a [...]

Graffiti covers campus, Kappa Delta

Greek Week ’13 ended with campus vandalism on Friday, April 12. The letters “GDI” were spray-painted in black on Kappa Delta’s sorority house. The same markings were found on “the rock,” which was painted for Alpha [...]

Arson and hostage situation on Burr Oak Street

Albion College was put on lockdown the night of Saturday, April 13 due to a police emergency. Albion Public Safety responded to a 911 call to 311 Burr Oak Street regarding a domestic abuse incident. ADPS [...]

Police issue at Equestrian Center causes confusion

“Last week there was a man with a gun on campus!” “He shot at people at the equestrian center!” Rumors, folks, all rumors. A text message informing all students of a police issue at the equestrian [...]

Whitehouse Dorm Fire- Students sleep through evacuation, campus safety suspects intoxicated perpetrator

When Samantha Reidt, Warren junior, heard the fire alarm blare at 2:18 a.m. in Whitehouse Hall on Thursday, March 18, she first thought it was a St. Patrick’s day joke. [...]