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max2k wrote in sarahlawrence
Word on the street is that eight people went to the hospital tonight. I think I also saw one guy getting arrested.

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Damn.

I second that.

DAMN.

seven people. three to lawrence hospital and four to st. josephs in yonkers. i dont know about the arrest... what happened?

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yeah, apparently some guy (who i definetely didn't recognize so i don't believe he goes here) was arrested for assault for punching someone in the face repeatedly.

two girls were carried out on stretchers, so i heard, and one of the maintenance guys upstairs was talking about how much vomit he had to mop up.

come ON, guys.

Damn...I'd thought that I'd seen the guy getting arrested, but then had thought that I'd imagined it.

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I wonder how many of them were sophomores...

hopefully none.
i thought we'd learned our lesson!

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Oh, it's you again. The "true Washingtonian" from Maryland. The one who has nothing better to do than troll the LJ community of a school she does not attend.

Yes, you've made that much of an impression on me.

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I'm curious what motivated the asskicking. If the guy was getting groped up, then he was defending his personal space just like any self-respecting woman would.

Yes, but the appropriate thing to do in the situation would to say "no thanks" and talk to security if it didn't stop; not hand out a beating.

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For those of us alumni who have no lives- what happened?

A female student at the dance saw a guy (I'm not sure if he's a current student or alumni, but as far as I've heard he does have a direct connection to SLC) taking pictures of people at the dance in a shady/inappropriate manner. The student went up to him and asked him to stop, and he proceeded to punch her repeatedly in the face--for which he was arrested.

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You feel that strongly? Don't keep reading my LJ.

the guy does currently go here, but since he took time off and he is not around very often, it is understandable that he is not recognized.

he had a very nice dv camera and was filming the dance. I don't know what the girl did, but I do know that whatever she did he just went off on her.

I also know that many thanks should go out to one brave student who ripped them apart. thank you. you saved my friend and I from getting hit with his camera again (this am sure was unintended, but it hurt).

who was it?

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look at this on facebook (if you can, will everyone have access to this?)

http://www.facebook.com/event.php?eid=2204071409


and yes, this kid was supposedly caught in the act of rape. i remember him as being the rich kid that drove two cars and a motocycle around campus (which someone slashed the tires of!)

who hits girls?!!!

The link worked fine, just have to log in first. Thanks for the info.

For anyone who doesn't have facebook, the text:

"Dear Friends, I’m thought you would want to know that on Friday night, at the school sponsored Sleaze Ball, I was assaulted by a fellow student, Neve Schulman. I saw a student snapping inappropriate photographs with a professional camera without asking consent. I alerted a graduate student working at the dance to ask him to stop. Twenty minutes later, the man was continuing to snap photographs. As I approached the man I realized it was Neve. I gripped the lens of his camera and said, “You have no right to photograph these people” and Neve said “Don’t touch my camera” and begin pounding his closed fist into my temple about six times. My glass flew off my face. I did not strike him. A graduate student and my girlfriend, Sarah Kolker, pulled Neve off me and I immediately went to get medical care and contact the police. I pressed charges. I woke up this morning feeling dizzy, nauseous, swollen, bruised, and it was difficult for me to focus my eyes and concentrate. Larry Hoffman contacted me telling me that Neve was allowed to return to campus and he was alerting me of his presence. Telling him how I felt, he advised me to go to the emergency room. I went to the ER and spent six and a half hours getting more medical attention. My CAT scan was fine but I had to receive pain killers due to the trauma to my head. The red, sore area on my head and the lines made my Neve pounding my glasses into my face are visible. My primary concern, besides my health, is that Dean Green allowed Neve to return to campus on Sunday, two days after he assaulted a female student. Normally, students are not allowed to return to campus until the investigation is complete. According to these actions, the SLC Administration does not care about my safety. As a woman on campus, I do not feel that the administration is protecting me or the SLC community by allowing a perpetrator to roam freely on campus. Please write Dean to voice your concerns about this problem. The perpetrator is allowed mental and physical freedom while I spent all day in the ER. The administration is not taking his actions seriously even though he sent a female student to the Emergency room. As a pacifist, I am not interested in violent, “street justice”. It is the school’s responsibility to handle these matters so that students don’t have to take retribution into their own hands. As a gay, female student who is committed to acceptance and tolerance on this campus, please offer your support by sending a letter to Dean Green. "


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while this is a horrible thing that happened (regarding the arrest) i kept imagining a mangled face with broken bones, this is not the case. it is serious, but i think every one needs to calm down, no one was killed.

Neither person was really "in the right", but it's fairly obvious who was "more wrong". Especially a known rapist.

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his mom is on the board of trustees

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