Seigle Hall and Upper Fraternity Row will fall within the security perimeter for the Oct. 9 debate—a security precaution that Washington University is working with the Commission on Presidential Debates and the Secret Service on in order to make accommodations for those who live and have classes in that area.
Last month’s increase in crime in neighborhoods where a significant number of Washington University students live has attracted plenty of attention. In response, off-campus neighborhood patrols have been visibly increased, to the relief of students and parents alike.
The 29-year-old graduate student who was left for dead in the basement laundry room of her off-campus apartment building is now recovering from the attack and in stable condition.
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