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But are the measures not tough enough—or too tough
Shady operators' business skills can translate well to legitimate enterprises.
It's not a school president allegedly charging a $100,000 bar tab to the university but a former salesman with a yearbook printing company who pleaded guilty to mail fraud after pilfering more than $400,000 from schools like George Washington University and Howard University.
The anonymous warnings keep coming at various schools around the nation.
The University of Iowa yesterday received its third bomb threat in a month.
Some students apparently haven't waited long to get themselves in hot water.
Smokey Bear has lasted almost 63 years, yet Kent State University's crime prevention mascot, Simon the Squirrel, may be abandoned after just one year because of budget constraints, reports the Daily Kent Stater.
The University of New Mexico wants to make its campus more bike-friendly with bike lockers and repair services, the Daily Lobo reports.
A West Berkeley, Calif., dollar store, which the police labeled a safe haven for drug activity, will be shut down by the city, reports the Daily Californian.