Student Victims of Violence
At a time of renewed national discussion about gun control and violence on campuses, a key legal case raises crucial questions about who is responsible for safeguarding students from each other, writes Christine Helwick.
No college is immune from gun violence, but historically black colleges and universities may face unique challenges.
In just a few years, the push to allow concealed weapons on campuses has shifted from a long shot in a few states to a movement that's gaining steam in many parts of the country, including two of the most populous states.
When a gunman opened fire in Florida State University's Strozier Library, he attacked "the very heart of campus."
Unusual sexual harassment lawsuit at Northwestern U., in which a professor is suing a former graduate student who accused him of assault, has sparked debate about student indemnification policies.
Six students at U. of California Santa Barbara murdered. Authorities identify a troubled off-and-on student at Santa Barbara City College as the killer.
Shooting takes place at small Christian college. Former student is now in police custody.
Senate bill -- currently subject of partisan fight -- would require colleges to track and report dating violence, domestic violence and stalking.
Colby College won't describe details of sexual misconduct charges that led 15 students to be suspended or withdraw, but some see overdue discussions taking place on campus.
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