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Policies and Procedures

Read: 2017 FIRE Report: 32 Percent of Colleges Restrict Free Speech

2017 FIRE Report: 32 Percent of Colleges Restrict Free Speech

The report also found only 7.6 percent of surveyed schools have policies that do not seriously threaten the First Amendment rights of its individuals.

Read: Michigan State Police Change Event Security Policies

Michigan State Police Change Event Security Policies

The Michigan State police will increase their presence at events and a no bag policy has been instated at indoor athletic facilities.

Read: UC Sues Trump Administration over DACA Repeal

UC Sues Trump Administration over DACA Repeal

UC President Janet Napolitano was secretary of the Department of Homeland Security from 2009 to 2013 and helped create the DACA program.

Read: Colleges Pledge to Protect DACA Students After Program Repealed

Colleges Pledge to Protect DACA Students After Program Repealed

Attorney General Jeff Sessions announces DACA will be phased out in six months and urges Congress to legislate a replacement program.

Read: Trans Students Win Legal Battles Amidst Trump Administration Changes

Trans Students Win Legal Battles Amidst Trump Administration Changes

Despite changes to transgender rights by the Trump administration, trans students have seen recent victories in legal battles for their school rights.

Read: Christie Signs Bill for Uniform Sexual Assault Training for N.J. Police

Christie Signs Bill for Uniform Sexual Assault Training for N.J. Police

The sexual assault training curriculum will be created by the Division of Criminal Justice and will be monitored by the Attorney General.

Read: Clear Bag Policy to Be Implemented at Univ. of Utah Stadiums

Clear Bag Policy to Be Implemented at Univ. of Utah Stadiums

Following suit of other colleges and universities, each attendee will be allotted a single one-gallon freezer bag to store their belongings.

Read: Wash. Student Leaders Push to Ban Athletes Convicted of Sex Crimes

Wash. Student Leaders Push to Ban Athletes Convicted of Sex Crimes

Wash. State University student leaders are urging the school to adopt a policy that would ban the recruitment of student athletes convicted of sex crimes.

Read: Univ. of Minn. Begins Campus Police Body Camera Trial Program

Univ. of Minn. Begins Campus Police Body Camera Trial Program

UMPD Lieutenant Erik Swanson says both officers and the public were interested in police body cameras when discussions started six months ago.

Read: CDC: Teen Vaping Rates Down 27 Percent

CDC: Teen Vaping Rates Down 27 Percent

It is the first decline in the teen vaping trend since the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention started surveying users back in 2011.

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