Campus crime decreased after coronavirus, but crime statistics remain varied and ‘confusing’ – CU-CitizenAccess.org | #College. | #Students

Before University of Illinois students were sent home in mid-March due to coronavirus, there were at least 183 crimes in Champaign-Urbana reported directly to university police since January 1 — mostly underage drinking and theft. After March 21, the total number of crimes reported decreased, with 52 crimes directly reported…

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Amid diversity debate, white supremacists recruit at Upper Peninsula school | #College. | #Students

LANSING — Michigan Tech University students urging school officials to take a stronger stance against racism are sounding alarms over a white supremacist group’s recruitment efforts on campus. After months of debate about institutional racism in the predominantly white university, stickers for the Patriot Front, a rapidly growing hate group, began…

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Campus crime reports significantly different; Some call for reform of federal Clery Act – CU-CitizenAccess.org | #College. | #Students

Last year, 233 criminal incidents occurred on the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign campus according to the 2019 annual security and fire report, mandated by the federal crime reporting law for colleges known as the Clery Act.  But the university’s daily crime log routinely reports many more incidents.  For example,…

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