Do you really care if some blogger decides to do a list of the most dangerous colleges? Apparently the answer is yes! Especially if your school is listed in those top 25 most dangerous places of higher education. But what really makes a college a dangerous place to attend? Is it the crime rate of the neighborhood surrounding your campus? Is it the the number of students from your school who have been attacked in surrounding neighborhoods, not on campus? Is it the number of reported rapes by either a stranger or acquaintance, even if the school rate is up because they are really good about encouraging victims to come forward? Right now I am just asking the questions brought about by the recent articles posted here: http://bit.ly/hYQBm and here: http://bit.ly/tMXa what do you think makes your campus a safe or a dangerous place? Looking forward to hearing from you.
We know we should be focused on driving, or the traffic as we attempt to cross the street. We should be paying attention to the person standing next to us on the ‘L’ as we text away, but that phone has its hook into us and we can’t put it away. You have all heard […]
It has been about a year since John Gardner pleaded guilty to the rape and murder of Chelsea King, formerly of Naperville, Illinois, and Amber DuBois. There were three women that were attacked by Gardner. Candice Moncayo was the only victim to escape with her life. Chelsea King and Candice Moncayo were attacked while they […]
“I just thought he kept to himself a lot and, I don’t know, I just thought he was a quiet introverted person. The only time he made solid eye contact with me was when he was pointing the gun at me,”Babakhani said.