News Briefs

Jen Lassen
News Editor

NEW HOOKAH POLICY ON CAMPUS:

As of Sept. 23, hookahs are now considered drug paraphernalia and are prohibited on campus. A recent session involving Residential Life and Public Safety, entitled “Continuing RA Education,” acknowledged the 2012-2013 Student Code of Conduct, page 16, for direct reference to this new regulation. As stated in the Student Code of Conduct:
“Residential Living Policies–Prohibited Items and Behavior”
drugs (illegal), marijuana substitutes (K2, spice, salvia, etc.) or drug and alcohol paraphernalia–including but not limited to smoking, gravity or water bongs, water pipe, hookah, tobacco or pill grinders, rolling papers, smoke vaporizer, whip-it dispenser, liquid funnel, alcohol slides or stands, bulk quantity alcohol tanks, party balls, kegs, alcohol refrigeration systems, etc.

MEN’S SOCCER TEAM BUS ROLLS INTO DITCH:

On Sept. 23, the men’s soccer team got a post-game jolt of excitement as their game bus rolled into a ditch. Their trip home from Lehigh University ended with their bus going into a ditch when turning off a highway exit.

“We were going too fast off an exit ramp and the bus driver had to bail on the turn, so we ended up in a ditch. We were in there for an hour,” soccer player Rafi Enriquez-Hesles ’15 said.

Two tow trucks were called to get the bus back on the road, but the boys made it safely back to the University.

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