Archive for November, 2012

Campus Crime Alert

Friday, Nov. 30, 2012 To: Gustavus Faculty, Staff, and Students From: Ray Thrower, Director of Campus Safety This Crime Alert is being sent to inform you of the rash of thefts which have taken place in the Lund Center over the last two days. The first theft occurred Wednesday in the men’s locker room when […]

Campus Crime Alert

This Crime Alert is being sent to inform you of the rash of thefts which have taken place in the Lund Center over the last two days.  The first theft occurred yesterday in the men’s locker room when someone entered the victims unlocked locker and removed items.  This morning, a theft was reported in the […]

Thanksgiving/Winter Parking Notes

Regular parking will be enforced during Thanksgiving Recess.  Please park according to permit color and always assume that parking and traffic regulations are enforced when the College is open, even if classes are not in session.  Student permits are still available for $230 for the academic year.  Permits are not prorated over the course of […]

Campus Alert

The College learned today that on Sunday, Nov. 11, 2012 at approximately 2:15am, a female Gustavus student was accosted by two intoxicated white males wearing Gustie apparel (these males were likely Gustavus students) as she walked on Ring Road near Complex.  The males were harassing in their language toward her and inappropriately touched her.  They […]

City of Saint Peter – Snow Emergency Rules

City Snow Emergency Rules – Don’t Get Tagged or Towed! Snow emergencies will always be declared before 5 p.m. and take effect at midnight. Information on the snow emergency will be provided to local media. Residents are encouraged to call the City information line at (507)934-0675 for snow emergency information. Sign up to receive snow […]

Winter Hazard Awareness Week – Friday, November 9 – Winter Driving

WINTER DRIVING Everyone should be cautious about traveling in extreme winter weather. Cold, snow and ice are demanding on cars, drivers and passengers. Most importantly, extreme winter weather can threaten your life. Fact Sheet: Winter Survival In Your Car Fact Sheet: Winter Driving and Survival Tips Winter Safety Checklist: Winter Safety Checklist – Winter Travel Winter Survival Kits […]

Winter Hazard Awareness Week – Thursday, November 8 – Indoor Winter Safety

INDOOR WINTER SAFETY Listed below are some common winter safety concerns along with information and tips on how to avoid them and keep your home warm, dry and safe all winter long. Winter Safety Checklist:  For Your Home WInter Safety Checklist:  After A Storm Carbon Monoxide – The Deadly Winter Hazard Carbon Monoxide (CO) poisoning can happen […]

Winter Hazard Awareness Week – Wednesday, November 7 – Winter Fire Safety

WINTER FIRE SAFETY In the winter months, our heating, lighting, cooking, and holiday activities increase dramatically — and with them, the risk of residential fires. The information below provides facts and tips about the threat of home fires and how to avoid them. Heating The high cost of heating fuels and utilities have caused many Americans to […]

Winter Hazard Awareness Week – Tuesday, November 6 – Outdoor Winter Safety

OUTDOOR WINTER SAFETY The sections below provide some basic information and fact sheets about the most common risks and hazards and how to prepare for or avoid them. For more detailed information or question about these topics, refer to the contact or links on each sheet. Thin Ice When is ice safe? There really is no sure […]

Winter Hazard Awareness Week – Monday, November 5 – Winter Weather Overview

WINTER STORMS AND WEATHER Winter is the signature season of Minnesota. Its normally a long season of cold temperatures and snow and ice that can last from November through April. Yet winter doesn’t slow Minnesotans down – in fact Minnesotans are just as mobile, social and active during winter as they are during the summer […]