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Investigations opened into racist incident outside Charter Oak Apartments 

Investigations opened into racist incident outside Charter Oak Apartments 

Investigations have been opened at the University of Connecticut after three students were filmed using racial slurs Friday morning. The video shows three white students saying the n-word and laughing outside the open windows of black students’ apartments in the Charter Oak Apartment complex. UConn Police are investigating the incident and an administrative investigation is also underway, university spokesperson Stephanie Reitz said. 

Annual Fire Safety and Security Report highlights on-campus crime 

Annual Fire Safety and Security Report highlights on-campus crime 

The Fire Safety and Security Report (FSSR), which details on-campus Clery crimes, violence against women and drug and liquor law violations, and the Office of Institutional Equity (OIE) report, which details sexual assaults, stalkings and intimate partner violence cases, were released to the UConn community earlier this week. 

Two hospitalized after reports of person falling from window, ZBT fraternity suspended

 Two hospitalized after reports of person falling from window, ZBT fraternity suspended

Two University of Connecticut students have been hospitalized after the UConn police and fire departments were called to the Northwest housing complex at around 11:30 p.m. Tuesday on a report that a person had fallen from a third-floor window.

Editorial: UConn police increase law enforcement presence at tailgates

Editorial: UConn police increase law enforcement presence at tailgates

Saturday morning’s tailgate was the first to be taken over by UConn Police rather than the Connecticut State Troopers, like in previous years. This meant a much stronger police presence, especially regarding the consumption of alcohol at tailgates.

Georgia resident charged with diverting over $750,000 from UConn to personal account

Georgia resident charged with diverting over $750,000 from UConn to personal account

Georgia resident Muthini Nzuki was charged with first-degree larceny and first-degree computer crime Friday in Rockville Superior Court for illegally diverting over $750,000 of University of Connecticut funds into her personal account last spring.

Editorial: UConn provides effective response at Oak Hall incident

Editorial: UConn provides effective response at Oak Hall incident

UCPD’s response was swift and decisive, as they moved quickly to ensure there was no imminent danger to students. They showed that they take the security of students seriously and that they are dedicated to doing their jobs right.