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College Safety

Read: 2018 Year in Review: Top 10 University Security Stories

2018 Year in Review: Top 10 University Security Stories

As 2019 approaches, let’s take a look back at the most read university security articles on Campus Safety this year.

Read: John Jay Professors Accused of Selling Drugs, Rape and Prostituting Students

John Jay Professors Accused of Selling Drugs, Rape and Prostituting Students

A criminal investigation has been opened to look into accusations against multiple John Jay College faculty members made by two female students.

Read: Anti-Hazing Bill Says All Hazing Crimes Must be Reported

Anti-Hazing Bill Says All Hazing Crimes Must be Reported

Congressman Lance leads the Report and Educate About Hazing Act to make sure anti-hazing measures are effective on college campuses.

Read: Baylor Legal Fees Rise After Sexual Assault Lawsuits

Baylor Legal Fees Rise After Sexual Assault Lawsuits

Baylor University’s legal fees have skyrocketed over the past few years due to multiple lawsuits, investigations and settlements involving sexual assault and other issues.

Read: Parents of Penn State Hazing Victim Settle with Fraternity

Parents of Penn State Hazing Victim Settle with Fraternity

After the Penn State hazing incident in 2017 involving the death of 19-year-old Timothy Piazza, the victim’s family has settled with the fraternity.

Read: National Organization Governing Fraternities Bans Alcohol

National Organization Governing Fraternities Bans Alcohol

The NIC has banned fraternities from serving hard alcohol at chapter events in an effort to reduce alcohol abuse and hazing tragedies.

Read: UVA Bans Jason Kessler, Organizer of Deadly Charlottesville Rally

UVA Bans Jason Kessler, Organizer of Deadly Charlottesville Rally

Kessler was met with protesters as he visited UVA’s law library twice in eight days to allegedly prepare for upcoming court cases.

Read: Don’t Rely on ‘Safest Colleges’ Lists to Gauge Campus Security

Don’t Rely on ‘Safest Colleges’ Lists to Gauge Campus Security

Lists that claim to rank the ‘Safest Colleges’ in America are misleading. Students and parents must do their homework to find a campus that is truly secure and right for them.

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