November 13, 2006
Drivers urged to be on lookout for deer
Drivers are being warned to be especially watchful for deer during the next few months.
The sharp curve where Coolidge Drive bends around to become McLaughlin Drive is a particular trouble spot, according to Dean Raven, senior superintendent of grounds services.
A number of deer often congregate in that area. The deer are now rutting, and in the spring the fawns will be born.
Raven also urged members of the campus community to be careful
during wet weather on walkways, stairways, and in areas where
construction is taking place nearby.