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Katie Malafronte, Web Editor

Katie Malafronte is Campus Safety's Web Editor. She graduated from the University of Rhode Island in 2017 with a Bachelor's Degree in Communication Studies and a minor in Writing & Rhetoric. Katie has been CS's Web Editor since 2018.

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Read: New York City Public Schools Will No Longer Serve Processed Meat

New York City Public Schools Will No Longer Serve Processed Meat

Cancer-causing meats like hot dogs, pepperoni, bacon and deli meats will no longer be served by cafeterias in New York City public schools.

Read: Wake Forest Feels Impact of Racist Emails on Campus

Wake Forest Feels Impact of Racist Emails on Campus

A dozen faculty and staff members in the sociology department at Wake Forest received threatening emails from an anonymous source.

Read: Virginia Tech Survivor Endures Lead Poisoning From Bullet Fragments

Virginia Tech Survivor Endures Lead Poisoning From Bullet Fragments

Almost a decade after he was shot four times, Virginia Tech survivor Colin Goddard is suffering from lead poisoning from bullet fragment remains.

Read: Syracuse University to Add 90 More Security Officers by Spring 2020

Syracuse University to Add 90 More Security Officers by Spring 2020

Residential community safety officers will be responsible for validating the identification of every person entering a residential hall on campus.

Read: 2 Teens Shot at Philadelphia High School Football Game

2 Teens Shot at Philadelphia High School Football Game

Officials from Simon Gratz High School plan to discuss security measures following a shooting Friday night outside the stadium.

Read: Ransomware Attack Disrupts Patient Care at Campbell County Hospital

Ransomware Attack Disrupts Patient Care at Campbell County Hospital

During the attack, all computer systems were impacted, affecting labs, exams, new inpatient admissions and phone systems.

Read: Sandy Hook Promise Releases ‘Back-to-School Essentials’ PSA

Sandy Hook Promise Releases ‘Back-to-School Essentials’ PSA

The organization’s latest PSA shows some of the realities students could face if an active shooter were to show up at their school.

Read: Desert Hot Springs Shooting Thwarted; 3 Teens Arrested, Weapons Seized

Desert Hot Springs Shooting Thwarted; 3 Teens Arrested, Weapons Seized

Three 14-year-olds were arrested and two handguns along with a replica AR-15 semiautomatic rifle were seized from their homes.

Read: Clothing Brand Bstroy Debuts School Shooting Themed Hoodies at N.Y. Fashion Week

Clothing Brand Bstroy Debuts School Shooting Themed Hoodies at N.Y. Fashion Week

The fashion brand showed off sweatshirts inspired by schools that have experienced a mass shooting like Sandy Hook and Columbine.

Read: Study: 1 in 16 Women Say Their First Sexual Experience Was Rape

Study: 1 in 16 Women Say Their First Sexual Experience Was Rape

The study also found women who reported their first sexual experience as rape were more likely to see physical and mental conditions as a result.

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