As institutions improve their ability to receive and respond to reports of sexual violence, they must be sure not to neglect the actual prevention of it, argues Joseph Storch.
Strategies to Prevent Violence
Is teaching under campus carry still teaching? New guidelines from the Faculty Senate at U of Houston ask the question, with suggestions such as dropping controversial course content for safety concerns.
Someone often is aware that a person is planning an attack before it occurs yet does not effectively intervene, writes Michael L. Sulkowski.
Following recent shootings in U.S. and terrorist attacks in Paris, some colleges and universities are adopting stricter security policies for sporting events.
U of Texas students and alumni plan campaign around idea that openly carrying a sex toy on campus would be against rules, but carrying a weapon would be permitted.
In major policy speech, Arne Duncan says student debt is only part of higher education's problem, and calls for renewed policy push on student success and return on investment.
Safety experts have praised the student response to the shooting at Florida State, but students don't always take campus emergencies as seriously.
Rather than suspend partying at specific Greek chapters after a violation has occurred, some colleges opt for systemwide bans.
What do faculty members do when their state permits guns on campus? Idaho illustrates the challenges.
Jon Meis's heroism -- displayed when the 22-year-old engineering student pepper-sprayed and tackled a gunman at Seattle Pacific University -- is rare. The phenomenon of students working for campus security, however, is common, experts say.