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Read: Berkeley College Republicans Settle Free Speech Lawsuit with University

Berkeley College Republicans Settle Free Speech Lawsuit with University

The lawsuit claimed UC Berkeley school officials did not set the same restrictions for liberal speakers as they did for republican speakers.

Read: New Explosive-Detecting K-9 Joins Penn State Police

New Explosive-Detecting K-9 Joins Penn State Police

Roni, a Belgian Malinois and German Shepherd mix who is certified in explosive detection, is now the third K-9 on the Penn State police force.

Read: Clemson Football Facility Acquires New Fire Protection System

Clemson Football Facility Acquires New Fire Protection System

Clemson University has not only stepped up their football game, but their safety game as well with a new and innovative fire protection system.

Read: $23M UC Berkeley Lawsuit for Riot at Yiannopoulos Event Thrown Out

$23M UC Berkeley Lawsuit for Riot at Yiannopoulos Event Thrown Out

The lawsuit was filed by a Milo Yiannopoulos supporter who claimed UC Berkeley violated her First Amendment Rights as well as other complaints.

Read: 1 Fatally Shot, 4 Injured Near Auburn University

1 Fatally Shot, 4 Injured Near Auburn University

The shooting happened a few hours after Auburn University’s opening football game.

Read: How to Adopt a Clear Bag Policy For Your Events

How to Adopt a Clear Bag Policy For Your Events

The University of Nebraska made a smooth transition to a clear bag policy last year.

Read: 1 Dead, 2 Injured in Gang-Related Shooting at Raines High School

1 Dead, 2 Injured in Gang-Related Shooting at Raines High School

Police say the triple shooting at a Raines High School football game is gang-related and occurred despite heavy police presence.

Read: 2 Shot at Palm Beach Central High School Football Game

2 Shot at Palm Beach Central High School Football Game

Fans and players evacuated the stadium after two men were shot near the ticket booth in what police are calling a targeted act of violence.

Read: UW to Pay $122,500, Change Speaker Policy in Settlement with College Republicans

UW to Pay $122,500, Change Speaker Policy in Settlement with College Republicans

The settlement does not preclude the university from charging student groups security fees in the future.

Read: Handling Ideological Divides and Protests on America’s College Campuses

Handling Ideological Divides and Protests on America’s College Campuses

Are you prepared to host a controversial speaker on your campus?

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