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By Jeff Gilbride/Daily News staff
Daily News Tribune
Posted Apr 15, 2008 @ 12:43 AM

WALTHAM —

A year ago Wednesday, Kalynn Cook's childhood friend was killed when Seung-Hui Cho opened fire on the Virginia Tech campus.

To mark…

Issue date: 4/18/07 Section: News
By Justin Hedani
Ka Leo News Editor

After what is being called the deadliest shooting in American history, the Virginia Tech shooting has many students questioning their safety - especially at the…

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By: Laura Fong | Freelance reporter |
Issue date: 4/25/07 Section: News

In honor of the 33 lives lost during the Virginia Tech shooting on April 16, University students and community members held a candlelight vigil in the Erb Memorial Union…

PUBLISHED APRIL 17, 2007

Beginning today and lasting at least through the end of the semester, students will no longer work as card-swipers at the front desks of on-campus residences and Lerner Hall.

The change, announced yesterday, came in…

As Tulane officials rethink security policies, some Tulane students express personal grief over Monday's events
By: Marta Dehmlow
Posted: 4/20/07

Students at Virginia Tech and all over the nation will remember April 16 as a day that…

By: Alaina Busch
Posted: 4/30/07
Representatives from Ohio's colleges and universities will meet today as part of a statewide effort to address campus security issues and concerns.

Today's meeting is the first for the Campus Security…

By: Joe Bialek
Posted: 5/2/07

The shooting crisis at Virginia Tech has once again sparked the debate about gun control. The second amendment of the United States Constitution states: "A well regulated militia, being necessary to the security of a…

By: Karl Spaulding
Posted: 5/7/07
When Florida liberalized its restrictive and disjointed system of concealed carry laws in 1987, many states followed suit. In each case, naysayers predicted everything from "blood in the streets" to "parking lot…

By: Benjamin Lammers
Posted: 8/7/07

More than 350 representatives from Ohio's universities met at Ohio State's Fawcett Center last week to discuss school safety and the state of security and disaster response.

Following the shootings…

By:Editorial Board
Posted: 4/17/07

On Monday April 16, 32 Virginia Tech students were killed in a tragic shooting incident. The Miami Student editorial board is shocked and deeply saddened by this abhorrent act, and our thoughts and prayers go…

University reps. meet with BPD to discuss prevention

By: Andrew FitzGerald
Posted: 4/18/07

The day after a Virginia Tech senior shot and killed 32 people on campus and himself, representatives from 19 Boston-area colleges who met at Boston…

BHE takes a look at campus security

By: Kate Davies
Posted: 4/20/07

The Board of Higher Education, during its meeting that was previously called to clarify the fine print on Massachusetts's policy toward allowing undocumented immigrants to…

EMS director outlines city's disaster-response system

By: Evelyn Ratigan
Posted: 4/20/07

As the efficiency of the emergency response system at Virginia Tech faces scrutiny, with critics saying the school was slow to notify its members of…

Is UM prepared for a similar emergency?
By: Karyn Meshbane // Assistant News Editor
Posted: 4/20/07
Monday morning's shooting rampage at Virginia Tech, the deadliest such incident in American history, has forced colleges and universities…

By: Jason Javie
Posted: 4/20/07

The Virginia Tech tragedy will continue to resonate for some time to come, and rightly so. Many questions surrounding last Monday's events are yet to be answered, and must be in order for the grieving victims…

By: WSN Staff
Posted: 4/17/07

The shooting yesterday at Virginia Tech was shocking, particularly because of its enormous death toll - 33 students were killed in the deadliest shooting rampage in U.S. history. Our condolences go out to Virginia…

By: Sergio Hernandez
Posted: 4/20/07

The University Senate adjourned for the academic year yesterday after meeting to address a number of campus-wide issues including a report on NYU's emergency preparedness in the wake of Monday's…

The violence on the campus at Virginia Tech draws attention to the emergency procedures and prevention tactics at the University

Matt Dickey and Catherine Conkle, Cavalier Daily Associate Editors

Days after students at Virginia Tech struggled…

Experts in fields of security, law and mental health comprise panel; victims' families voice reactions

Daniel Colbert, Cavalier Daily Senior Writer

Thursday, April 19, while the nation was still coming to grips with the tragedy that had…

Forum | Claire Morgenstern

The day following the Virginia Tech shootings, a message from President Cohon was sent out via e-mail outlining procedures for seeking psychological counseling and reassuring us that we had security on campus. The…
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