Slithering the halls, making the rounds

A snake in the foreground makes its way down a carpeted hallway. People's shoes are visible in the background.

On Sept. 22, a fox snake slithers through Wilson Hall. As temperatures drop, animals trying to get into the buildings on campus is likelier. If one is spotted and the person is comfortable and can safely move the animal to a better location, they can do so. However, no one should handle any mammals. If the person is uncomfortable or a mammal is spotted, Roads and Grounds should be contacted to remove the animal at x3303. For both safety of the person and wildlife, they should not corner, badger, etc. the animal in question. This makes animals feel threatened and defensive. Photo: Ryan Postel

Snake in a blue box

The fox snake up close. Photo: Ryan Postel