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Amy Rock, Senior Editor

Amy Rock is Campus Safety's senior editor. She graduated from UMass Amherst with a Bachelor’s Degree in Communications and a minor in Education. She has worked in the publishing industry since 2011, in both events and digital marketing.

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Read: Calif. School Where Student with Autism Died Violated State Laws

Calif. School Where Student with Autism Died Violated State Laws

The 13-year-old died two days after he lost consciousness while being physically restrained by a staff member at Guiding Hands School.

Read: Sandy Hook Promise Releases PSA from Viewpoint of a School Shooter

Sandy Hook Promise Releases PSA from Viewpoint of a School Shooter

This year’s powerful PSA from Sandy Hook Promise follows a student from the start of the school day up until he enters the auditorium armed with a rifle.

Read: ACES High Teen Turned in By Grandmother Pleads Guilty to School Shooting Plot

ACES High Teen Turned in By Grandmother Pleads Guilty to School Shooting Plot

The teen originally pleaded not guilty to the charges, which include first-degree attempted murder and possession of an explosive device.

Read: Bullying Statistics Every K-12 Teacher, Parent and Student Should Know

Bullying Statistics Every K-12 Teacher, Parent and Student Should Know

Learn all about important bullying statistics, the different types, and what you can do to address bullying both in school and at home.

Read: Berkeley College Republicans Settle Free Speech Lawsuit with University

Berkeley College Republicans Settle Free Speech Lawsuit with University

The lawsuit claimed UC Berkeley school officials did not set the same restrictions for liberal speakers as they did for republican speakers.

Read: Meth Hospitalizations Increased 245% in 7 Years, New Study Finds

Meth Hospitalizations Increased 245% in 7 Years, New Study Finds

Researchers say the resurgence of the drug’s popularity has been overshadowed by the country’s focus on the opioid epidemic.

Read: WVU Settles Lawsuit over 2014 Fraternity Hazing Death

WVU Settles Lawsuit over 2014 Fraternity Hazing Death

Nolan Burch died from acute alcohol poisoning and cardiac arrest after pledging West Virginia University’s Kappa Sigma fraternity.

Read: 4 Stoneman Douglas Employees Reassigned over Safety Commission Findings

4 Stoneman Douglas Employees Reassigned over Safety Commission Findings

Earlier this year, two other Stoneman Douglas employees were reassigned and subsequently fired for their response to the February 14 school shooting.

Read: 47 Injured After Bus Carrying UW Marching Band Rolls Over

47 Injured After Bus Carrying UW Marching Band Rolls Over

Local residents and a rival marching band lent their support following the Thanksgiving Day crash that is being attributed to icy road conditions.

Read: Ousted MSU President Charged with Lying to Police About Nassar Case

Ousted MSU President Charged with Lying to Police About Nassar Case

Lou Anna Simon, who is the third ex-MSU employee to be charged in connecton with the Nassar case, is facing two felony and two misdemeanor counts.

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