- Car crimes, bow bans and assault rifle selfies
- Internet crimes and theft zoom into UM
- Axes, toilets and coin thefts, oh my!
- Broken Mailboxes and marijuana magic
- Quarantine? More like quarancrime
- Shattered windows, lousy looters and noisy neighbors
- A naked nuisance, a sleepy student and a bold burglar
- Un-quarantined thieves prosper on vacated UM campus
- Quarantine hot tip: Lock it down, people
- Classes may be online, but crime never sleeps
- Intoxicated hulks, mysterious smells and highly talented singers
- Unruly rockers keep University police busy
- A scammer, a half-naked nuisance and a possible Batman sighting
- Resident hall woes, campfires and rap lyrics
- Beer burglars, expunged exploits and forester fouls
Several women sat on the floor in early September, cradling a baby in each arm. Floral-print masks covered their faces, and several standing fans circulated warm air with such force that it was almost impossible to hear anyone speak.
Professor Scott Samuels opened up his computer to begin his 200-student online lecture. Without the use of Zoom, Samuels would not be able to teach this semester.
Since last week’s update from the Missoula City-County Health Department, the University of Montana received 28 new cases between Sept. 17 and Sept. 21. There are now 46 active cases associated with the University, an increase of 43 in the last two weeks.
A newly loosened guest policy will remain in the residence halls despite the Missoula County Health Department’s release of data last Wednesday that revealed the addition of 24 University-affiliated COVID-19 cases linked to off-campus activities.