Feeling Safe on Campus

The urban college campus has been likened to a jungle, the scene of increasing violence, thievery, and assault. Engulfed in this atmosphere, campus residents—beset by fears of bodily attack and personal loss—are badgered by suspicions.

What about attacks by night? Lights are added, locks are strengthened. Can one ever again feel safe on campus?

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