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Student Crime

Read: Putting an End to Hazing Deaths

Putting an End to Hazing Deaths

Publishing an online list of Greek organizations with hazing violations, clear-cut sanctions, anonymous reporting and training are just some of the ways campuses can address hazing at colleges and universities.

Read: UMass Amherst Solves the ‘Blarney Blowout’

UMass Amherst Solves the ‘Blarney Blowout’

A year after an annual event known as Blarney Blowout caused national headlines for its chaos, the University of Massachusetts Amherst hosted an orderly, largely peaceful event by changing its approach.

Read: Details Emerging in Fatal Canadian School Stabbing

Details Emerging in Fatal Canadian School Stabbing

Brett Bourne died at a hospital after being stabbed in a fight at Kelvin High School on June 2.

Read: Colorado Governor Signs School Shooting Lawsuit Bill

Colorado Governor Signs School Shooting Lawsuit Bill

Colorado has enacted a new law that allows courts to find schools liable for damages caused by school violence.

Read: Major Iowa Universities to Consider Campus Safety Subcommittee

Major Iowa Universities to Consider Campus Safety Subcommittee

Iowa’s Board of Regents is considering creating a Campus Safety and Security Subcommittee to prevent sexual assault in the state’s colleges.

Read: Georgia Schools Dealing with Proliferation of Fight Videos

Georgia Schools Dealing with Proliferation of Fight Videos

More and more social media pages devoted to student fights are being created as Georgia school administrators and law enforcement officials are struggling to keep up.

Read: Massachusetts School District Dealing with Bomb Threats

Massachusetts School District Dealing with Bomb Threats

Palmer Public Schools in Massachusetts has discovered 13 bomb threats since April, most of which have forced evacuations and disrupted classes in the name of school security.

Read: Oklahoma Teen Pleads No Contest to Rape

Oklahoma Teen Pleads No Contest to Rape

An Oklahoma teen’s rape of a 16-year-old sparked protests at his high school when students felt not enough was being done.

Read: Calif. Attorney General, UC President Release Campus Sexual Assault Response Guidance

Calif. Attorney General, UC President Release Campus Sexual Assault Response Guidance

California Attorney General Kamala D. Harris and University of California President Janet Napolitano released a Model Memorandum of Understanding to combat college sexual assault.

22 Convicted of Hazing in Ill. Univ. Student Death

Authorities deemed a recent conviction of 22 former fraternity members the largest hazing prosecution in the country’s history.

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