The Buchtelite

UAPD response to thefts and break-ins

By Adam Fox,

October 17, 2016

In response to a recent increase of thefts and vehicle break-ins, UA police officer Major Dale Gooding recommends students use common sense by ensuring that all vehicles, homes, and other personal properties are locked and secured. Gooding explains that a rash of thefts happens every few years, where bicycles...

Zips at night

By Natalyia Calhoun, Student Writer

November 11, 2015

On Nov. 1, clocks were turned backward one hour for daylight savings. This resulted in brighter mornings and, sadly, darker evenings with the sun setting an hour earlier. This said, from five to six o’clock in the evening is when students and faculty will return home from campus or even head off to...

Where the wild things explode

Where the wild things explode

April 18, 2013

Abigail Chaff When do people lose faith in humanity? When does the naive thought that people are innately good go away? Does it happen after the nice man promised you sweets and a puppy only to molest you and changed your life forever? Is it the day you come home from school and police tell you your pa...

Human trafficking not just in foreign countries

October 18, 2012

Written by: Alexandra Didato “Human trafficking” is a phrase that has long been associated with foreign nations. But it is an issue that continues to be a problem in the United States, and it is an imposing threat to our youth in Ohio. According to, a research committee performed a six-...

Exchange Street bank robbed

February 13, 2012

By: Molly Gase PNC bank, located on East Exchange Street was robbed Friday afternoon.  A safety alert was issued through email at 12:50 p.m. The email stated that the police are now “seeking a white male, standing 5 feet, 8 inches tall, weighing about 170, wearing glasses, a black cap and black...

Man commits suicide at Infocision Stadium

November 7, 2011

By: Lindsey Hudson Many students on campus complain about the campus mail, the crime alerts and other notifications that are sent automatically to our emails. How are we supposed to feel, then, when a crime takes place on campus and we aren’t alerted? Why, now, does the University choose to keep q...