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Colleges are finding new ways to teach students the technique to combat sexual assault and bullying, and it's paying off in unexpected ways.
After cutting its statute of limitations for students alleging sexual assault from two years to one to comply, officials thought, with federal guidelines, Duke backtracks and eliminates the statute completely.
Two recent incidents have Terri E. Givens wondering whether faculty members are adequately trained to respond in emergencies.
Stalking is a bigger threat to students than many campuses realize and has a strong correlation to death, said one expert who implored colleges to do more.
LSU evacuates campus just days after three other institutions made similar decisions. Is there a pattern?
Neither playing ostrich nor building a moat will protect campuses from violence. Awareness of the possibilities may help us build safer, kinder places, Maria Shine Stewart writes.
U.S. appeals panel overturns lower court ruling that Tennessee-Knoxville acted legally in firing Seventh-day Adventist employee who declined to monitor emergency help line during her Sabbath.
Having taken over e-mail and other cloud computing services at many colleges, the company looks to make visual maps of campuses. As usual, the project faces privacy concerns.
Campus health officials don't have much to work with when trying to preemptively identify potentially dangerous students. Here's what they know -- and what they can do.
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