An incident in which a Smith College employee called police on a black student who 'seemed out of place' is just the latest in a string of cases of racial 'profiling by proxy,' three scholars argue.
Routine interrogations between police officers and students have escalated into physical conflicts. Why do such escalations occur?
Do university and college websites give students enough information about how to prevent and respond to sexual assaults on campus? Here's a reality check.
Campus police have been in existence for only about 40 years or so. But they are taking on an ever bigger role.