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  • Essay On Campus Shooting

    be usurped to have a gun on them, but rather the security and police officials who have undergone years of training. In addition, it would be irresponsible and inappropriate for a professor or student to use a gun in a combat situation without the proper training. A recent article discloses, “Many institutions believe that allowing weapons on campus has the potential to inflame tense situations, rather than defuse them. The American Association of State Colleges and Universities (AASCU) has stated, "Even with the best of intentions, armed students or employees could escalate an already explosive situation further, accidentally cause harm or use a gun in a situation that is not warranted.”” (Vaidyanathan). If the laws change for college campuses to allow guns in the classroom/college campus this can potentially affect the high schools, secondary education and elementary level…

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  • Argumentative Essay On Gun Violence On Campus

    we don 't have the wrong people carry guns because those people may be the ones to attack the school,so instead we allow a majority of the guns to carried by the good students as well as the professors.Even with these protocols, we cannot completely end gun violence on campus,but we can at least stop the killings of so many young students. We would all love the world without violence on campus or just violence in general but unfortunately, we just can 't have a peaceful world with…

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  • Rape On Campuses

    Rape on college and university campuses is not a new concept. These two seemingly separate aspects in life do not normally cause controversy. People know that rapes do occur on college and university campuses and are readily told when they occur. However, what happens when a university is found to have covered up not one but numerous cases of rape on their own campus? That is the situation the University of Virginia (UVA) has found itself in. On November 19, 2014, the magazine Rolling Stone…

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  • Small Campuses

    provides a strong sense of community. However, large college campuses are a much better option as they offer a wider variety of facilities, a bigger social scene and more room for clubs and activities. Every college, whether big or small, has to offer campus services of some kind that would help students succeed academically. Services provided by small campuses include a small library, classrooms, and computer labs. Although these services provide the basic needs for…

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  • Sexual Assault On Campuses

    and J. Shields, expresses its concerns for students involving sexual assault on campuses. The study says that students are victims of flawed campus policies rather than victims of “rape culture”. In other words, the colleges who have permissive policies, are those that endanger more students to sexual assault than colleges that have restrictive policies. B. Richardson and J. Shield’s article effectively states that campus social regulations are associated with sexual assault. There are many…

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  • Rape On College Campuses

    The most common violent crime on college campuses are sexual assaults and rapes. Within the last few years more people have realized how much this is a growing problem in America. Stated by many major news stations in the last few years that “one of the most dangerous places for women in America” is a college campus. And now more than ever women outnumber men on 4-year institutions. 1 in 4 women will be raped in their 4 years of college and that goes up with different circumstances. Women have…

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  • Crimes In College Campuses

    College campuses are a very influential piece of property. Teens tend to find themselves and find their life-time friends on the campuses. Many thoughts run through teens minds when they enter a college campus. They think about where they will spend their free time, who they are going to hang out with, and what clubs they are going to join. But when parents walk onto college campuses, they tend to think about how safe the campus really is. They search for emergency poles, security guards, police…

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  • Safety On College Campuses

    Introduction Safety on college campuses has developed to be a major issue around the United States, causing a widespread concern for students. The recent problems can be a result of many issues such as local individuals coming on campus, lack of security, drugs, alcohol, and more. The issues are causing safety to be a growing concern on college campuses and the complications need to be addressed by the president, administrators, campus police, and security. In order for college administrators…

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  • Violence On College Campuses

    Heading off to college is an exciting time for millions of recent high school graduates. College represents a new environment, new experiences, new people, and is an important step in the life of many people. However, as news today are overfilled with the examples of violence in colleges and universities that range from mass shootings to incidents of rape, assault, burglary, etc., parents and education professionals are becoming more concerned about the atmosphere in which students are bound to…

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  • Concealed Carry On College Campuses

    Concealed Carry on College Campuses On April 16, 2007, one of the deadliest shootings the United States has seen occurred on the campus of the Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University. The fatalities included thirty-two students and teachers. The shooter was a senior English major from the Blacksburg campus of Virginia Tech, Seugn Hui Cho. The violence began early that morning, when he shot a female freshman and a male resident from his dormitory. He then fled the scene. Police…

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