NC A&T State University has cancelled the final three days of its year-end Aggie Fest after reports of gunfire and an assault on campus:

In a letter sent to students Thursday afternoon, Vice Chancellor Melody Pierce wrote that the university put a halt to the 2016 Aggie Fest after “several incidents proved to be a threat to the safety of students and the campus community.”

Aggie Fest, which started Sunday, is an annual week-long series of school-sponsored activities for students.

Among the five canceled events are a fraternity dance show set for Thursday night, an ice cream social that was supposed to be held today and a Saturday afternoon block party. University officials worried that these events might draw more non-students to campus.

Nothing puts a damper on an ice cream social like gunfire. Now—to be fair—the News & Record reports that while campus police sent out alerts about gunfire near the Aggie Village dorm, apparently there are no police reports of actual gunfire or injuries as a result. But I would also like to believe the vice chancellor—who sent the letter to students informing them of the cancellation—would not take such a decision lightly.