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The mission of PLU Campus Safety is to serve the campus community, promote and sustain a safe environment and effectively respond to campus incidents. Mast Media publishes news about incidents that occur on and around campus as reported by the PLU Department of Campus Safety.

PLU Campus Safety Week in Review

Campus Safety Week in Review: October 23-30, 2017

This busy week in Campus Safety news: A PLU Stay in Place alert was issued for a nearby incident with shots fired, a staff member was found unconscious in a residence hall, and ten property thefts were reported all across campus. Explore our interactive incident map to learn more.

Student hit by Parkland company vehicle

SARAH CORNELL-MAIER; News Editor; cornelsm@plu.edu Editor's Note: This story has been updated since its original print date, Sept. 27, 2017. A Parkland Light and Water Company (PL&WCo) vehicle collided with a student Sept....
PLU Campus Safety Week in Review

Campus Safety Week in Review: October 16-22, 2017

This week in Campus Safety news: A PLU Alert was issued when a visitor with dementia wandered away from campus, a bike thief was aggressive towards safety officers, and several fire alarms went off in upper-campus residence halls. Explore our interactive incident map to learn more.
PLU Campus Safety Week in Review

Campus Safety Week in Review: October 9-15, 2017

This week in Campus Safety news: PLU employees were injured by Bjug Harstad's large beard, students were investigated for marijuana in Hinderlie with nothing found, and a PLU van collided with a vehicle at Sparks Stadium. Explore our interactive incident map to learn more.
PLU Campus Safety Week in Review

Campus Safety Week in Review: October 2-8, 2017

This week in Campus Safety news: Someone left suspicious voicemail messages on campus phones, high schoolers were caught smoking in a practice room, and a drill fell on a theatre student's head. Explore our interactive incident map to learn more.
PLU Campus Safety Week in Review

Campus Safety Week in Review: September 25 – October 1, 2017

This week in Campus Safety news: A dumpster catches on fire, a student's vehicle is stolen from campus and recovered, and a hit-and-run collision in the library parking lot is tracked down to find the culprit. Explore our interactive incident map to learn more.

#FreemanStrong: The continuing tragedy of school shootings

GURJOT KANG; Guest Writer; kanggk@plu.edu Last Wednesday, Sept. 13, a 15 year old sophomore student opened fire at Freeman High School in the town of Rockford, Spokane County. The shooter, Caleb Sharpe,...
PLU Campus Safety Week in Review

Campus Safety Week in Review: May 9-21, 2017

This week in Campus Safety news: Several vehicles are broken into around campus, a desktop computer is stolen from Mortvedt Library, and multiple performing arts spaces are vandalized. Explore our interactive incident map to learn more.

Student’s car goes up in flames on Wheeler Street

BROOKE THAMES; Editor-in-Chief; thamesbe@plu.edu A Pacific Lutheran University student's car burst into flames around 2 p.m. May 16 on Wheeler Street, less than a block away from campus. The cause of...
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