BCPD said it will replace old and broken phones in the coming months as a part of campus security upgrades.
“A Heights investigation revealed that 31 of 120 surveyed blue lights—a little over 25 percent—are not working in varying capacities—some have broken call panels and others have burnt-out lights.”
Students were reminded to close and lock their windows when they are not in their room and to report any suspicious activity to BCPD.
BCPD and the Massachusetts State Police are searching for a 6-foot tall black male who reportedly sexually assaulted a female student early Sunday morning.
“It was just a little sketchy, we didn’t expect it to happen like that, if at all,” Kevin Lahiff, MCAS ’18, said.
Collin Witt, MCAS ’18, was lying in his room on the first floor of 235 Foster when he saw a silhouette walking back and forth in the front yard. After about 10 minutes, he opened the blinds and saw a man in a black hoodie standing in front of his window.
An unknown person rearranged letters on a parking sign in the Mod Lot Saturday night to spell out a derogatory anti-gay slur.
The new security system requires students to tap their ID cards to gain access to their individual bedrooms and hall bathrooms.
Although the importance of locking doors and windows was mentioned, it is necessary to further address the dangers that students encounter off campus.
A report was filed Monday night regarding a suspicious person around Kostka Hall on Upper Campus. The man was supposedly attempting to look in windows from the outside of the hall, according to an email sent to residents of Upper Campus Tuesday night that informed them of the situation.