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Zach Winn, Senior Web Editor

Zach Winn is a journalist living in the Boston area. He was previously a reporter for Wicked Local and graduated from Keene State College in 2014, earning a Bachelor’s Degree in journalism and minoring in political science.

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Read: 4 Reasons Every Hospital Should Know About HHS’ HCCIC

4 Reasons Every Hospital Should Know About HHS’ HCCIC

The HCCIC could guide hospitals and the healthcare industry as a whole into an improved cybersecurity landscape.

Read: Ga. Teacher Shoots Himself in Lithia Springs High School

Ga. Teacher Shoots Himself in Lithia Springs High School

Few students were on campus at the time of the shooting because classes had not begun.

Read: Maximizing Efficiency with Cloud-Hosted Security Solutions

Maximizing Efficiency with Cloud-Hosted Security Solutions

Siemens cloud solutions allow campus security departments and IT personnel to simplify the security technology installation process and get more done with fewer resources.

Read: Back to School: Safety Considerations for College Public Safety Departments

Back to School: Safety Considerations for College Public Safety Departments

Two college police chiefs share their tactics for promoting safety as students, faculty and staff head back to school.

Read: University System of Georgia Revises Sexual Assault Policies

University System of Georgia Revises Sexual Assault Policies

The new policies give authority to a system-level office during sexual assault and other student misconduct investigations.

Read: Minn. School Security Officer Cleared After Excessive Force Investigation

Minn. School Security Officer Cleared After Excessive Force Investigation

The officer has been “cleared of all wrongdoing” and the student may be charged.

Read: Study: Students, Staff Underprepared to Respond to Mental Illness in College Students

Study: Students, Staff Underprepared to Respond to Mental Illness in College Students

College students, faculty and staff members acknowledged they play a role in supporting students with mental health, but are schools empowering them enough?

Read: Campus Safety Conference Provides Lessons in Emergency Preparedness

Campus Safety Conference Provides Lessons in Emergency Preparedness

Experts shared their experiences with emergencies and gave advice to attendees as part of the emergency preparedness forum.

Read: The Facts Behind 8 Rape and Sexual Assault Myths

The Facts Behind 8 Rape and Sexual Assault Myths

Here’s how campus police and administrators should respond to eight common myths and misconceptions about college rape and sexual assault.

Read: Reviewing Dear Colleague Letters on Title IX’s 45th Anniversary

Reviewing Dear Colleague Letters on Title IX’s 45th Anniversary

Which Dear Colleague Letters issued by the Department of Education’s Office for Civil Rights have made the biggest impact?

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