Tagged Campus Security

Pride paintings vandalized on campus Rock

By Tina Shaygan, September 4 2017 — A painting on the Rock promoting Calgary Pride was found vandalized early Sunday, Sept. 3, the day of Calgary’s 27th annual Pride Parade. The Rock is a campus fixture located next to MacKimmie Tower which students are allowed to paint messages on. Queers on Campus club co-coordinator Margaret…

U of C to host scenario-based emergency preparedness training

By Saima Asad, June 9, 2017 — There will be the sounds of gunfire, injuries and roughly 150 emergency responders inside the Kinesiology complex on June 26. The responders are real, but the threat isn’t. From 12:00 p.m. – 1:30 p.m., the Calgary Police Service will lead an “Active Assailant Exercise” on campus. According to the CPS,…

Posters questioning Holocaust death toll found on U of C campus

By Scott Strasser, February 16 2017 — On Feb. 13, roughly a dozen posters questioning the number of Jewish Holocaust victims were found at the University of Calgary. Several students and staff removed the posters and turned them over to U of C campus security, who confirmed they were posted without the university’s permission. According…

U of C campus security pledges more CCTV on campus in 2017

By Scott Strasser, October 25 2016 — University of Calgary campus security will increase its number of closed circuit television cameras next year, pledging another 176 cameras to be installed by the end of March 2017. The U of C currently has 621 CCTV cameras on the main campus, Spyhill and Foothills locations. The university…

Increased surveillance on University of Calgary campus a positive step forward

By Scott Strasser, October 25 2016 — On Oct. 14, a fight broke out between two men in the MacHall food court after comments were made about a “Make America Great Again” hat. Though University of Calgary campus security and the Calgary Police Services investigated the incident, we’ll probably never know exactly what happened in…

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