Safety

Ann McClure's picture

Man From Ireland Charged In Pitt Bomb Threat Case

A federal grand jury today returned two indictments charging a resident of Dublin, Ireland, with emailing bomb threats targeting the University of Pittsburgh, three federal courthouses and a federal officer.

Read more »

Ann McClure's picture

Texas A&M Shooting: Gunman, Officer And Civilian Dead In College Station Shooting

Texas A&M reports that police took a gunman into custody 15 minutes after issuing a "Code Maroon" alert at 12:29 this afternoon. One officer was killed and one civilian, according to police.

Read more »

Ann McClure's picture

Woman Raped At Harvard Yard In Early Morning

A woman was raped as she walked through Harvard Yard early Friday, the university’s ­Police Depart­ment reported on its website.

Read more »

Ann McClure's picture

High Court May Hear Virginia Tech Case

The wrongful death case against the state and Virginia Tech for the handling of the April 16, 2007, campus shootings may go back to court.

Read more »

How to improve and streamline your campus messaging and notifications

Two Oklahoma universities use Rave Campus Messenger from AT&T to reach out and touch students on mobile devices
When it comes to notifying your students, faculty, and staff about important campus issues and events, you can’t rely on just texting or email. Effective notification platforms also use voice recordings, Facebook and Twitter posts, RSS feeds, and digital signage. But how do you implement a single, centralized notification system that offers connectivity and control of all these communication channels?
Ann McClure's picture

University Of Cincinnati Settles Burn Lawsuit For $600,000

The University of Cincinnati has agreed to pay a couple $600,000 to settle a claim involving a chemistry experiment that seriously burned their 7-year-old daughter.

Read more »

Ann McClure's picture

Repair Work On UVa's Historic Chimneys Under Way

Crews are fixing fireplaces in the rows of rustic rooms on the University of Virginia's historic Lawn and Range after inspectors found cracks in flue linings and chimneys last year in the rooms, which date to the school's 1819 founding.

Read more »

Ann McClure's picture

Penn State Faces Federal Penalties As Education Dept. Probes Sandusky Case

In 2002, when a Pennsylvania State University football standout was accused of a dorm-room rape, the details were easy to come by.

Read more »

Ann McClure's picture

Morgan State Police Chief Takes New Public Safety Post

Wiggins promoted two months after student accused of cannibalism

Read more »

Pages