Dorm Security

Read: 6 Students Settle Lawsuit with College Over Alleged Swatting Incident

6 Students Settle Lawsuit with College Over Alleged Swatting Incident

The students claim their due process rights were violated after being accused of falsely reporting that their roommate threatened them with scissors.

Read: Student Is Victim of Possible Swatting by Dorm Mates at Texas College

Student Is Victim of Possible Swatting by Dorm Mates at Texas College

The Black victim’s White roommates and several other women in the dorm convinced their RA that the victim was threatening to stab them.

Read: Why Colleges Should Care About Low Frequency Sounders

Why Colleges Should Care About Low Frequency Sounders

Some fire departments are requiring low frequency sounders be installed retroactively due to these devices being more effective at waking “at-risk” individuals.

Read: WIU Student Shoots Roommate in Residence Hall

WIU Student Shoots Roommate in Residence Hall

The WIU freshman surrendered to police and has been charged with attempted murder.

Read: Louisiana College Gets $100K Grant for Security Improvements

Louisiana College Gets $100K Grant for Security Improvements

The funds will pay for improved safety and security in campus buildings, parking lots and dorms.

Read: Students Need to Be Tested Every 2-3 Days for Colleges to Safely Reopen

Students Need to Be Tested Every 2-3 Days for Colleges to Safely Reopen

Testing for COVID-19 every two days, even with a low-quality test, will avert more infections than weekly testing with a higher-quality alternative.

Read: Sonoma State to Stop Providing Hospital Beds for Coronavirus Patients

Sonoma State to Stop Providing Hospital Beds for Coronavirus Patients

Around 580 hospital beds were set up on the campus — an 84% increase over the county’s existing 707 beds in its six hospitals.

Read: Getting Back to ‘Normal’ After the Coronavirus Crisis

Getting Back to ‘Normal’ After the Coronavirus Crisis

Here are some issues schools, universities and healthcare facilities need to consider now that states and local governments are attempting to reopen the economy and ease COVID-19 restrictions.

Read: Pandemic Inflicting Tough Financial Losses on U.S. Colleges and Universities

Pandemic Inflicting Tough Financial Losses on U.S. Colleges and Universities

Institutions of higher education are losing revenue due to campus closures.

Read: Iowa Western Locks Down Campus Security Upgrade

Iowa Western Locks Down Campus Security Upgrade

With the help of a local integrator, Iowa Western Community College was able to bring together its access control, video surveillance and emergency notification solutions.

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