According to the university paper, The Daily Helmsman, campus police had to be dispatched to the train tracks near Southern after reports of students crawling under a stationary train.
Though it's against a city ordinance, students have a history of climbing over and under stationary trains blocking their path to campus buildings. In 2005, a 42-year-old woman was killed while climbing through a train stopped at Southern and Willett.
A city ordinance says that trains cannot be stopped on tracks for more than five minutes, but it is not enforceable. Read Mary Cashiola's "In The Bluff" column on this issue.