29 October 2019 Douglas Androsiglio [email protected] The temperature fell from 80 degrees to 19 degrees within 24 hours the day of the first snowfal of the season on Oct. 11.
12 February 2019 Alex Dant [email protected] There were a series of lockdown drills conducted by UCCS and evaluated by campus police from Jan. 23 – 28 and on Feb. 8.
29 January 2019 Scribe staff [email protected] Hazards that could endanger people are omnipresent, and we take steps every day to reduce their chance of impeding our lives. We (hopefully) drive
13 November 2018 Tamera Twitty [email protected] Starting this semester one standard fire drill on the UCCS campus will be replaced with either a lockdown or lockout drill. The University has
18 September 2018 Camissa Miller [email protected] The twelfth annual Cops and Donuts event will take place at Cafe 65. The annual event’s goal is to familiarize the UCCS community with
11 September 2018 Joy Webb [email protected] Citizens are aware of the dangers that present themselves when your are both a pedestrian and driver on the streets of Colorado Springs. In
28 August 2018 Alex Dant [email protected] Do UCCS students know what to do if an emergency occurs on campus, including something as drastic as an active shooter incident or stolen
April 17, 2018 Sarah Bubke [email protected] A recent bill that would have allowed individuals in the state to conceal carry a firearm without a permit was rejected in the Colorado
Nov. 23-Dec. 6, 2015 Evan Musick [email protected] The Department of Public Safety introduced its newest asset this semester: Campus Service Officer.
Nov. 16, 2015 Kyle Guthrie [email protected] While carrying guns on campus is allowed with proper training and documentation, open carry, the practice of carrying a weapon on display so everyone