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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: East-West University Student Stabbed by Classmate on Campus

East-West University Student Stabbed by Classmate on Campus

The student was stabbed by a classmate in a East-West University classroom and was taken to the hosptial in critical condition.

Read: Student Takes Own Life at a Lyons (Illinois) Middle School

Student Takes Own Life at a Lyons (Illinois) Middle School

Police do not believe the student had any intention to carry out a mass shooting and no students or faculty members were injured.

Read: Every 2 Weeks, A Student Accused of Sexual Assault Sues Their School

Every 2 Weeks, A Student Accused of Sexual Assault Sues Their School

The Detroit Free Press noticed a trend where courts are frequently ruling on the side of students accused of sexual assault.

Read: Marion (Ohio) Schools to Execute $626,000 Security Camera Upgrade

Marion (Ohio) Schools to Execute $626,000 Security Camera Upgrade

The plan is to replace all of the district’s current security cameras and add more in all eight buildings by the end of August.

Read: FUSD Installs Security Cameras in All Elementary Schools

FUSD Installs Security Cameras in All Elementary Schools

Along with school safety, Fresno Unified School District hopes the added security help with the school’s after-hours vandalism issue.

Read: New Bill Would Allow Illinois Schools to Add Barricades to Classroom Doors

New Bill Would Allow Illinois Schools to Add Barricades to Classroom Doors

If the bill becomes a law, Illinois will be the fourth state in the Midwest to allow certain barricades, most of which aren’t ADA or fire code compliant, to be used in lockdown situations.

Read: FBI-related Hack Exposes Personal Info of Over 23,000 People

FBI-related Hack Exposes Personal Info of Over 23,000 People

The stolen materials include names, jobs, email addresses, and for some, street addresses, of over 23,000 people, 1,000 of which are in law enforcement.

Read: Regional Medical Center Employee Shot, Hospital Locked Down

Regional Medical Center Employee Shot, Hospital Locked Down

Authorities were aware the patient was unstable and had a gun when a woman reported him to the police 17 hours before he shot a hospital employee.

Read: Man Breaks Into Mansfield (Mass.) Schools to Stalk Teacher

Man Breaks Into Mansfield (Mass.) Schools to Stalk Teacher

The man has been arrested four times for breaking into multiple public schools to stalk his ex-girlfriend, a teacher for the school district.

Read: NCH Patient Who Shot Himself May Have Obtained Gun From a Visitor

NCH Patient Who Shot Himself May Have Obtained Gun From a Visitor

When staff found the patient in his room, a gun was on his lap and a bag delivered by a visitor was on the floor next to him.

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