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A hanging power line electrocuted a Keene State College grounds crew member.

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Brandon Spencer has received a sentence of 40 years to life for injuring four people when he opened fire at a USC Halloween party in 2012. By CS Staff · April 22, 2014

A hanging power line electrocuted a Keene State College grounds crew member. By CS Staff · April 21, 2014

On Wednesday, Florida State University (FSU) issued a statement in response to a New York Times story, which claims the school did little to investigate sexual assault allegations made against the school’s quarterback. By Robin Hattersley Gray · April 21, 2014

No matter what type of mass notification systems your campus uses, one critical step must not be forgotten: The creation and delivery of the actual content of the emergency notification. The following experts provide some sage advice on making your messages count. By Robin Hattersley Gray ·

The national headquarters of the Sigma Phi Epsilon fraternity is closing its University of Mississippi chapter after three of its members were suspected of hanging a noose around the neck of a civil rights icon. By CS Staff · April 18, 2014

Four colleges in Alabama, Florida and Georgia leveraged their rivalries to attract more followers to their emergency management and mass notification social media pages. By Andrew Altizer, Dave Bujak, Steve Harris, Jennifer Mattingly and Susan McCallister · April 18, 2014

Planning, policies, coordination with other stakeholders and education will help to ensure everyone on campus is appropriately alerted during a crisis. By Robin Hattersley Gray ·

Frostburg State University will construct a 5,500-square-foot public safety building to be more visible for students and parents. By CS Staff · April 17, 2014

The University of Rhode Island decided to arm its campus police following year-long discussions with faculty, students and staff. By CS Staff · April 16, 2014

Virginia Tech has agreed to pay fines totaling $32,500 that were levied against it by the U.S. Department of Education. The fines stemmed from the 2007 mass shooting at the school where 33 people died and many more were wounded. By Robin Hattersley Gray · April 16, 2014