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Read: Video Catches Substitute Teacher Allegedly Beating Student

Video Catches Substitute Teacher Allegedly Beating Student

The sub was arrested after local law enforcement interviewed student witnesses and reviewed cell phone videos taken during the incident.

Read: At Least 12 Racist, Anti-Semitic Incidents Reported at Syracuse University

At Least 12 Racist, Anti-Semitic Incidents Reported at Syracuse University

All fraternity social activities on campus have been suspended for the remainder of the semester after a racist incident involving members of Alpha Chi Rho.

Read: How MLKCH Transitioned to an In-House Public Safety Department

How MLKCH Transitioned to an In-House Public Safety Department

When employees at Martin Luther King, Jr. Community Hospital voiced frustration with contract security, CS Healthcare Director of the Year Mark Reed took matters into his own hands.

Read: Dept. of Education Review Finds UNC Failed to Comply with Clery Act

Dept. of Education Review Finds UNC Failed to Comply with Clery Act

The Department characterized UNC’s lack of compliance as a ‘systemic failure to provide students and employees with important campus crime information and services essential to their safety and security.’

Read: Knox County Commission: Police Radios Don’t Work at Some Schools

Knox County Commission: Police Radios Don’t Work at Some Schools

Responding officers were having difficulty communicating with school security personnel following an active shooter false alarm at Powell High School.

Read: Charter School Will Be First in Broward County to Install Panic Buttons

Charter School Will Be First in Broward County to Install Panic Buttons

The wireless duress alarms are intended to eliminate confusion during an emergency.

Read: 2 Chemistry Professors Suspected of Making Meth at Henderson State

2 Chemistry Professors Suspected of Making Meth at Henderson State

The alleged methamphetamine manufacturing scheme was discovered after police received a report of a chemical odor on the Arkansas campus.

Read: U.S. Colleges Suspend Hong Kong Study Abroad Programs Amid Violence

U.S. Colleges Suspend Hong Kong Study Abroad Programs Amid Violence

Several Hong Kong universities have canceled classes for the remainder of the semester as protests become increasingly violent.

Read: 13 Horrifying Installations That Will Give You Nightmares

13 Horrifying Installations That Will Give You Nightmares

Mislabeled emergency equipment and exposed wires and blocked sensors — OH, MY!

Read: No Place for Hate Youth Summit Addresses Cyberbullying

No Place for Hate Youth Summit Addresses Cyberbullying

More than 250 Houston-area students attended the full-day workshop to learn how to confront bullying behavior and support those being bullied.

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