Tag Archive for: Halloween shooting
The 20-year-old suspect in the on-campus Oct. 31 shooting will be arraigned on March 28.
University should change weapon policy
By LEONA FALLAS
12 Comments/in Opinion
To protect students and faculty, college campuses should allow certain individuals to carry guns.
Fences remain, keeping community out
By MATTHEW TINOCO
6 Comments/in Featured, Opinion
All are now well aware of the fact that, over winter break, the university implemented several new security measures. The most visible is the construction of multiple new fences on the north side of campus, as well as a barrier on the south side of campus, across Trousdale Parkway. Nevertheless, during the three weeks in […]
New safety policies take effect
New security measures threaten ’SC atmosphere
By BLAKE BAKKILA
5 Comments/in Opinion
Additional security to the University Park area changes the at-home feel on campus.
University announces new safety policies for spring semester
By JORDYN HOLMAN
48 Comments/in Blogs, CampusNow, News
The Dept. of Public Safety, along with Student Affairs, plans to implement new security measures related to entering the University Park Campus and residential halls, effective the beginning of the 2013 spring semester. Though the Halloween shooting on campus that left four people injured sped up the implementation of these new measures, the departments had […]
What should the university’s approach to security be?
By ELENA KADVANY, POINT / BURKE GIBSON, COUNTERPOINT
12 Comments/in Columns, Featured, Opinion
The last year at USC has been marked by two major violent crimes: the tragic killings of two graduate students in April and the shooting on Halloween night. USC was also marked by increased security measures, both on and off campus. The Los Angeles Police Department added extra patrols in addition to 30 officers, a […]
Trojans Alerts must err on side of caution
By VALERIE YU
DPS made the right decision to send out a prompt alert Monday night rather than wait.
Judgment is key to Trojans Alert system
Students react to new safety plan
By CHELSEA STONE
4 Comments/in News
Many students said they had positive reactions to new safety policies announced Tuesday.