Published: Monday, September 10, 2012
Updated: Monday, September 10, 2012 23:09
Sept. 3—BEMCo and University Police responded to a call regarding a bookcase that fell on a student in the Foster Mods. BEMCo treated the party on-scene with a signed refusal for further care.
Sept. 4—A nurse in the Health Center requested an ambulance for a student with abdominal pain; they were transported to the hospital for further care.
Sept. 5—University Police received a report of a female party feeling faint and nauseous in Cable. BEMCo responded and assessed the patient who refused further medical attention and said they would call for a transport to the Health Center.
Sept. 6—Staff from the Mailman House called University Police to report a student who took several prescription pills. The CDC and BEMCo were notified, due to the fact the student was going in and out of consciousness. The Waltham Fire Department and an ambulance were dispatched and transported the student to the Newton-Wellesley Hospital for further care.
Sept. 7—BEMCo treated a female in the Sachar International Center due to a head injury.
Sept. 8—A caller from the Foster Mods reported an intoxicated female party. An ambulance transported the party—who was vomiting, disoriented and breathing normally—to the Newton-Wellesley Hospital.
Sept. 8—A student went into the Stoneman building and asked to speak with a nurse. The student was given the on-call number, but she stated that she wanted to speak with someone in person. BEMCo called, but the student refused treatment.
Sept. 9—A reporting party stated there was a male student at the top of the stairs at the Foster Mods who was intoxicated and vomiting. University Police and BEMCo responded, BEMCo requested an ambulance to transport the student to the Newton-Wellesley Hospital for further care.
Sept. 9—University Police on-scene requested an additional officer and BEMCo for an intoxicated female party at the front entrance to Pomerantz. BEMCo assessed the party, with a signed refusal for further care.
Sept. 9—A reporting party found her roommate passed out on the floor of their dorm room. The party was breathing but not alert. BEMCo and University Police were dispatched, along with the Waltham Fire Department and an ambulance. The party was transported via ambulance to the Newton-Wellesley Hospital for further care.
Sept. 9—BEMCo treated a party in the Shapiro Campus Center who was not feeling well.
Sept. 5—At the soccer match between Brandeis and Colby-Sawyer, a parent from Colby-Sawyer reported that Brandeis students were verbally harassing the Colby-Sawyer team. University Police on-scene reported that it appeared to be a normal soccer match and stayed on-scene to monitor the game. No further action by the police was necessary.
Sept. 8—University Police broke up a large crowd in the upper Foster Mods. The crowd dispersed without incident.
Sept. 4—University Police received a report of a man in Theater Lot sprinting toward the International Business School. The man was gone upon the police’s arrival.
Sept. 5—A student reported that someone placed a Korean booklet with derogatory writing in their Brandeis mailbox. University Police confiscated the item and compiled a report on the incident.
—compiled by Marielle Temkin