TommieMedia reports why West Summit neighbors are potentially at wit’s end when it comes to living among University of St. Thomas students: (Consultant Louis) Smith said the non-homestead residence “tipping point” – when neighbors become frustrated with the number of students living in the neighborhood – is generally when non-homesteads make up 30 percent of Read more

“People aren’t finding a discreet corner. They’re peeing in people’s  yards and on their property, and not stopping when neighbors ask them  to. Peeing on someone’s house?  Come on.  That’s above  and beyond inappropriate behavior.” — Macalester College Dean of Students Jim Hoppe on a recent increase in neighborhood complaints of student partying. He said Read more