Halee Bazer, a freshman at Quinnipiac University in Hamden, Conn., said she has heard about the wave of sexual assault lawsuits on college campuses and plans to be cautious about parties, never go anywhere alone and call campus security for escorts if necessary.
In the confusion of the deadly June 5 shooting at Seattle Pacific University, police initially thought the student who disarmed the shooter might be a second gunman.
California Gov. Jerry Brown on Monday signed into law a first-in-the-nation requirement that smartphones made in the state eventually be equipped with "kill switches" that allow owners to remotely render them useless if stolen, in reaction to a spate of violent robberies.
The president of Temple University assured Jewish students and others Monday that the university was conducting an investigation after a student was allegedly physically attacked and called anti-Semitic names last week.
As president of the Collegiate Veterans Association at Florida State University, Abby Kinch often heard from veterans who ran into a stumbling block before they even started their college careers.
Two South Pasadena teens were charged Wednesday with plotting to kill "as many people as possible" in a mass school shooting.
For days, authorities say, two South Pasadena High School students plotted a massacre for when classes resumed after summer.
South Pasadena police are crediting vigilant school officials for helping to foil a mass-shooting plot allegedly planned by two students whose arrests were announced Monday.
South Pasadena police on Tuesday said two teens arrested this week had developed a "huge plan" to carry out a mass school shooting in which they wanted to kill "as many people as possible."