Risk Management

Fire Brings Challenges At Heritage U

A fire at a private, liberal arts college in Washington state has left school officials scrambling to ensure academics aren't adversely affected and grateful that more wasn't lost for the largely minority students who make up the school's student body.

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2 Killed In Crane Collapse At University Of Texas At Dallas In Richardson

A construction crane at the University of Texas at Dallas collapsed Saturday afternoon, killing two construction workers.

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Report: Syracuse Sex-Abuse Probe Prompt But Flawed

Syracuse University's prompt response to allegations of sexual abuse against an assistant basketball coach was done in good faith but was flawed because, among other things, there was no direct contact with law enforcement, a special committee of the university's board of trustees said in a report released Thursday.

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Freeh Probe May Go Far Beyond Sandusky

In April 2007, more than two dozen Pennsylvania State University football players forced their way into an off-campus party and started a brawl that left several injured, resulted in criminal charges against six team members, and, eventually, convictions for two.

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FAMU Dean Proposed Long-Term Suspension Of Band Before Champion's Hazing Death

Three days before the hazing death of FAMU drum major Robert Champion, the university's dean of students urged top administrators to impose a long-term suspension of the school's famous marching band because of concerns about hazing.

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Worker Hospitalized After Falling From University Of Oklahoma's Headington Hall

A roofing worker fell from the University of Oklahoma's Headington Hall at 9:15 a.m. Monday while working on a construction project, said a spokeswoman for Flintco, the construction firm working on the building.

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Fire Escapes Removed At U Of Oklahoma Building After Death

Workers at the University of Oklahoma have removed the fire escapes from an administrative building where a 22-year-old student fell to her death last week.

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California Cops Who Jabbed Students 'May' Have Done Wrong

UC Berkeley police "may" have violated policies when they jabbed batons at defiant but peaceful students who set up their first Occupy encampment in November, says a tepidly worded report released Wednesday.

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