Police Seek Suspect In Threat To N.C. College Campus

Police are looking for the person who sent a threatening email to the College of the Albemarle early Monday, causing school officials to close the campus down.

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Inspection Of Old Dominion Univ. Private Dorm Gives Troubling Results

When city officials arrived last month at a private dormitory that houses more than 900 Old Dominion University students, and which has been the site of several armed robberies and drug deals, they found unauthorized people entering the building, malfunctioning fire alarms and no security at the front door.

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Smiley Face Emoticon Triggers Florida International Univ. Data Scare

Personal information for 19,500 current and former students may have been accessed by hackers, university informs in letters

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Harvard Website Hacked, Defaced

Hackers briefly defaced Harvard University’s website yesterday, replacing the home page of America’s oldest university with an image of Syria’s president, Bashar el-Assad, together with a message accusing the United States of supporting the uprising against his regime and threatening retaliation by Syria’s “23 million mobile bomb.’’

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Former Professor Pleads Not Guilty In Ala Shooting

Pale, thin and dressed in a red jail uniform, a Harvard University-educated biology professor pleaded not guilty by reason of insanity to capital murder charges Thursday in the slayings of three colleagues killed during a faculty meeting at the University of Alabama in Huntsville.

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Gun-Rights Advocates Want Next U Of Utah Prez To Allow Arms On Campus

A Utah gun-rights group is asking its members to pressure state officials to consider only University of Utah presidential candidates who have an expansive view of citizens’ rights to arm themselves on campus.

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Quinnipiac U Basketball Players Charged With Assault

Two Quinnipiac University basketball players were arrested on assault charges Sunday after allegedly hitting two other university students as they were trying to break up a fight on campus, police said.

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Md. Student Held Without Bond In Fatal Stabbing

A judge has ordered a 19-year-old Bowie State University student accused of fatally stabbing a roommate last week held without bond.

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Old Dominion U Moves To Tighten Campus Firearms Ban

Reacting to an opinion from Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli that holders of concealed-weapon permits may bring their guns into university buildings, Old Dominion University is moving to prohibit them from doing so.

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Safety Dance

Campus Safety and Security, Onondaga Community College

Faculty and staff at every college and university in the United States like to talk about the real-world, hands-on education it imparts to its students.

At Onondaga Community College, part of the State University of New York system, a select group of students are not only rolling up their sleeves and getting their hands dirty in preparation for future careers, but also saving the school money while making its campus safer.