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The Jeanne Clery Act, formerly known as Student Right-to-Know and Campus Security Act, is a consumer protection law that requires institutions to disclose three years’ worth of campus crime statistics through a campus security report. The report does not reflect all crimes that occur on and around campus. Cory Ohlenkamp, DN File

The Jeanne Clery Act, formerly known as Student Right-to-Know and Campus Security Act, is a consumer protection law that requires institutions to disclose three years’ worth of campus crime statistics through a campus security report. The report does not reflect all crimes that occur on and around campus. Cory Ohlenkamp, DN File

crime 11/8/2018, 3:00pm

Unclear: Campus crime experts question Clery Act's effectiveness

After nearly 30 years of reporting, experts are mixed on the measurable effectiveness of the law.


campus 9/7/2018, 12:31pm

Kent State spurs Ball State into action

Imagine a sea of Ball State students gathering in front of the Arts Terrace at the David Owsley Museum of Art, not for graduation, but demonstration. At 10:30 a.m. May 7, 1970, a student yelled into a microphone, “Ball State, where are you?”