Sunday, October 28, 2007

Boston Colleges - October 21-27

Boston University

Police responding to a loud party found a severely intoxicated 19-year-old female, Boston University student lying in her own vomit. The host and DJ were arrested for being uncooperative, running a disorderly house and providing alcohol to a minor.

Yeon Lee, a Boston University student was struck by a BU police cruiser possibly while making an illegal turn in front of Marsh Chapel. The school's newspaper The Daily Press has been denied access to the incident report by the BUPD.


An employee at MIT working at the nuclear reactor facility was exposed to 80% of the radiation dose that a radiation worker can be exposed yearly.

Bunker Hill Community College

Cedirick Steele, a liberal-arts major, was shot seven times in the face, neck, and torso. Prosecutors believe that Steele was picked at random because the assailants "retribution" for a prior beef with Highland Street youth.


The initial report of scabies at the Pennypacker dorm may have been incorrect, according to an e-mail sent from University Health Services (UHS) doctors.


Wellesley College student, Anna Tang, was arrested for entering her ex-boyfriend's dorm room at MIT and stabbing him repeatedly while he slept. Tang was found later with her coat covered in blood with a black "buck" knife in her backpack.


Seven students who were rowdy during the Red Sox ALCS victory were punished by having to write "a five-page essay detailing what they have each learned from the experience of getting arrested and that they provide the court with written verification that their parents are aware that they have been arrested and charged in connection with this incident", by Roxbury District Court Judge Edward Redd.

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