Tag Archives: Applied Sciences Power Loss

Mysterious Remains Identified as Susan Fong

Months ago, Engineering student Susan Fong found the aged and dessicated remains of a human in the clothes of a modern day student. During the investigation Pinebox PD discovered that the clothing and backpack found with the body belonged to a student named Sean O’Malley. After a subsequent incident, O’Malley dropped out of school and […]

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Streaking Prank Leaves No One Laughing

Students were shocked today when a naked freshman burst from theĀ  O’Brian Applied Sciences south elevator yesterday. Sean O’Malley exited the elevator on the second floor and ran clear across the hallway to the men’s bathroom, shrieking and screaming as he did so. “I don’t see what the big deal is. Everyone’s stressed out, the […]

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Engineering Major Missing

ETU Mechanical Engineering major Susan Fong was reported missing on May 29th had Pinebox PD has yet to uncover any evidence as to her whereabouts. According to friends, Fong was seen as late as the morning of the 29th in and around the Applied Sciences building. “Since she found the body a couple of weeks […]

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Dessicated Remains Deemed Well-Done Hoax

Abrimov Science students were stunned Friday afternoon when the skeletal remains of what appeared to be a student were found piled on the north elevator’s floor. The elevator was cleared to resume standard service Friday morning and four hours of regular use, engineering major Susan Fong opened the elevator to find the corpse. According to […]

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Elevator in Applied Sciences Building Malfunctioning

While city fire crews cleared all security and electrical systems for normal operation in the Applied Sciences, students are still reporting odd behavior relating to the building’s north elevator. Since Sunday’s power loss, students and faculty using the elevator have reported flickering lights, sudden movement while going up and down floors and as many as […]

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Electrical Failures Across ETU Cause Confusion

On Sunday May 3rd at 1:12 PM, all clocks around ETU simultaneously stopped. While all classroom and lecture hall clocks are set to keep time with the campus’ central security system, students have reported that alarm clocks, computer clocks and in some cases even wristwatches had stopped for nearly seven minutes before resuming their proper […]

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