Vehicle vandalism continues

XUPD increases surveillance amid rise in break-ins BY: hunter Ellis, Managing Multimedia Editor Four vehicles were vandalized on Monday night in the Teal Lot of University Station, continuing the recent trend of car break-ins on and near campus. The windows on all four vehicles were smashed, and the glove compartments and consoles of each of the vehicles were rummaged through. University Station residents were notified that the vandalism had occurred at 9:33 a.m. on Tuesday morning by email. In part, that statement read: “Please check your vehicles. If you have been vandalized, please make sure to file a police report.” … Continue reading Vehicle vandalism continues

Thank you to everyone that means anything

By: Jeff Ullery ~Copy Editor~ Jimmy Fallon has the right idea. College is a whirlwind. A series of nights staying up late doing homework, hours spent in the caf and memories made with people whom you will regard as your best friends. At times, it has all blurred together for me and left me breathless, either from exhaustion or awe. It’s kind of like when you listen to a favorite piece of music: you’re listening for the good parts, singing along and enjoying each moment until suddenly you realize it’s over and all you want to do is listen to it … Continue reading Thank you to everyone that means anything

Pizzeria opening remains a mystery

By: Max Bruns ~Staff Writer~ Behind schedule from the start, the installation of businesses in University Station has yet to be completed. A noticeably unfinished business is Delicio, a coal fired pizzeria that has yet to confirm a date or time for when it will open its doors to customers. The University Station project was initially slated to last from 2001 to 2011. Phase one of the project ended in 2014 but left the pizzeria and several business plots at the corner of Dana Avenue and Montgomery Road empty. Ackermann Group Real Estate Services and Messer Construction were in charge … Continue reading Pizzeria opening remains a mystery