Security

Miami U Identifies Students Behind Rape Flier

Miami University officials said Monday that they have identified the students responsible for placing “The Top 10 Ways to Get Away with Rape” flier in restroom at a freshman co-ed dorm two weeks ago.

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18-Year-Old Reports Being Raped At UCO In Edmond

An 18-year-old woman reported being raped at 3 p.m. Friday in Central Plaza, a UCO residence hall. According to a campus police incident report, the woman knew her attacker.

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Students Behind Miami U Rape Poster Could Face Felony Charges

The disturbing flier at Miami University that offered pointers on how to get away with rape might result in criminal charges against the students who are now being investigated by campus police and prosecutors.

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Life University Eliminating Campus Police Force

A metro Atlanta college is making major changes to its campus security.

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Former ND College Official Faces Child Porn Charge

A Wilton man is accused of downloading child pornography on a work computer while employed as the deputy chairman of the criminal justice program at United Tribes Technical College in Bismarck.

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W. Pa. Community College Open Day After Threat

A western Pennsylvania community college has reopened its campuses a day after receiving threatening phone calls.

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Bomb Threats At Virginia Commonwealth U Deemed Not Credible

Police do not think bomb threats made today to Virginia Commonwealth University are credible.

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Appalachian State U Changes Handling Of Allegations Of Sexual Assaults

Appalachian State University has changed the way it handles allegations of sexual assault, following up on promised reforms after controversy arose last school year when two female students said they were raped by football players.

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University Is Uneasy As Court Ruling Allows Guns On Campus

Over the last two months, with the school year in full swing, anxiety over the university’s new gun policy has risen — driven in part by the mass shooting at an Aurora movie theater on July 20 by a troubled University of Colorado Denver graduate student and by the deep scars that still cut through the state from the killings at Columbine High School 13 years ago.

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