COURIER • NOVEMBER 30, 2012
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building structure did not fit the needs of campus lifestyle. The renovation was taken out of the funds from the 2002 capital referendum and was completed the summer of 2012. The building was designed and submitted to the magazine by Loebl Schlossman and Hackl, with construction completed by M.A. Mortenson Company and KJWW. The ABBY award entails a plaque, press releases, logos, templates and E-new exposure along with earning distinction. The BIC has served as a place for students to recognize as a “front door” to
Reports Tuesday, NOV. 13
Accident A student was backing out of parking lot Fawell A at 4 p.m. Tuesday. The first student hit another student driving past her car when she was backing out. The second student said that she saw the student backing out but had no time to react. Both vehicles have damage. The first student has damage to her tire and the second student had damage to her passenger side and rear bumper. There were no injuries reported.
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The staircase from the BIC on the third level, north side. a home-like environment with Starbucks, lounging furniture and offices for student’s needs that are centralized in one area.
Wednesday, NOV. 14
Accident Two students were in their cars getting ready to leave campus on Wednesday afternoon. Both students were parked across from each other and backed out at the same time. In doing so, the two students hit each other. Police reported that there were no injuries.
Accident A student was beginning to pull into a parking spot in college lot 3D Wednesday afternoon when she hit the car parked next to her. She called police to make a report and they noticed damage to the victim’s vehicle.
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The glass roof from the first floor of the indoor atrium by the student lounge.
Police saw damages to the victim’s rear passenger mud flap and scratches on the rim and side panel. The student that hit the parked car had minor damage and paint transfer visible. Police reported that there were no injuries and no citations.
red paint transfer on the student’s car. Police have no further information on who hit the student’s car.
Delayed incident A student was printing out papers in the library located in the SRC Wednesday morning. The student left the library shortly after to his class in the HSC. When he got to class, he realized that he didn’t have his wallet. The student had his Illinois ID car, $7 and two debits cards. Police were notified a day later and told the student to contact his bank to shut down the cards. Police have nothing further on this case.
Thursday, NOV. 15
Hit and run A student was leaving campus when he noticed damage to his vehicle Thursday at 1:10 pm. The student said that he went to his car in parking lot Fawell C and saw damage to his rear bumper driver’s side and several scratches. The only evidence left that police noticed was
Friday, NOV. 16
Accident A student was backing out of parking lot College 3D on Friday. The student did not see the car driving past as he was pulling out of the parking spot. The student hit the car driving past and damaged their car. The victim had damage to his front bumper and the driver backing out had scratches on his rear bumper. Police reported no injuries.
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