The glass to a snack machine in the Knott Hall commuter lounge was reported by a Loyola student to be broken. Campus Police responded and removed all remaining snacks.
New Jersey crooner Frank Sinatra was arrested by police in Bergen County, New Jersey in 1938 on charges of adultery and seduction. The charges were later dismissed. Sinatra remained under surveillance by the FBI through the course of his life under suspicion of Mafia-related activity. Despite over two thousand pages of allegations, Sinatra was never charged.