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Senator McCaskill Covers Title IX, Crime Reporting in Roundtable Discussion

CS Staff · July 21, 2014
Senator Claire McCaskill hosts a roundtable to discuss reporting sexual assaults, enforcing policies and preventing the crimes on campuses nationwide.
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CS Staff · July 22, 2014
The University of Connecticut has settled a lawsuit filed by five current and former students, who claimed the school mishandled sexual assault reports.

CS Staff · July 21, 2014
The family of Brenden Tiggs, a student who committed suicide in his dorm room, claims university officials didn’t do enough to help the teen.

CS Staff · July 21, 2014
Senator Claire McCaskill hosts a roundtable to discuss reporting sexual assaults, enforcing policies and preventing the crimes on campuses nationwide.

CS Staff · July 21, 2014
One of Campus Safety magazine's frequent contributors, Lt. John M. Weinstein of Northern Virginia Community College, has won two prestigious writing awards from the Public Safety Writers Association.

CS Staff · July 18, 2014
The ACLU of Idaho and the Idaho Freedom Foundation claim that Boise State University violated the First Amendment when they charged a student group security fees for bringing a gun rights advocate to speak at the school.

CS Staff · July 18, 2014
Staff at Nova Scotia Community College discuss the use of SARA (Situational Awareness and Response Assistant) for alarm integration and mass notification.

CS Staff · July 17, 2014
Six students who filed a lawsuit against the college, claiming the school violated their constitutional rights, cannot remain anonymous if they wish to continue litigation.

CS Staff · July 16, 2014
Classes at the University of Louisiana at Lafayette were cancelled for most of the day, and campus housing, nearby residences and businesses were evacuated.

CS Staff · July 15, 2014
The former officer claims he was fired from the University of Oregon police force because he disagreed with a list authored by other officers that included political figures they disliked.

CS Staff · July 14, 2014
The organization allegedly violated the student code of conduct, including serving alcohol to minors and hazing.