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ID management policies and best practices

Modern technology has a lot of upsides. On the downside is the fact that you need an ID and password to access most of it. Keeping your own logins straight is hard enough; keeping them straight for thousands of people on a college campus is even harder.

6 Weeks After Trinity Attack, Investigation 'Progressing Slowly'

In the six weeks since Trinity College student Chris Kenny was severely beaten on the edge of campus, the original premise that the attackers were thugs from the Barry Square neighborhood has faded.

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U.S. Senate Stands Poised To Extend The Violence Against Women Act's Protections To College And University Campuses

The United States Senate is expected to vote soon on reauthorizing the bipartisan Violence Against Women Act (VAWA), which enjoys the support of 61 senators, possibly before the end of April, which is Sexual Assault Awareness Month (SAAM).

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Katehi Outlines Steps For UC Davis Police, Administration Reforms

UC Davis' embattled chancellor said Friday the university is "moving swiftly" to enact major reforms to campus police and administration operations following the release of a scathing report on last November's pepper-spraying of students by campus police.

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Nerves Are Rattled After Bomb Threats at Pitt

Dozens of bomb threats at the University of Pittsburgh since mid-February have disrupted classes and dormitory life and prompted some students to find housing off campus just weeks before the semester ends.

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Seattle Community College District Scales Back Rules For Protests

Seattle Community College administrators have backed away from a rule change that would have restricted campus protests — a proposal that itself brought protests from students and faculty.

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UC Davis Pepper-Spray Report To Be Released Without Most Cops' Names

UC system and police union reach tentative agreement allowing public disclosure of the investigation into campus police tactics at an Occupy protest last fall.

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Oikos University Students Awaiting Word On Classes

Students at the tiny Christian college where a gunman killed seven people and wounded three in a rampage this week are waiting for a police probe to advance enough to allow them to return to class.

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