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Unformatted text preview: April 10, 2008 Journalism Dorm Security Pro: Being tough to let your child leave home for the first time is followed by a desire for their safety. The first time in their lives, freshman students are away from home for a significant amount of time. If these reluctant parents found out that security in many of the freshman dorms is controlled by students, there would be an outcry for further security measures. Yes there are the blue light security stands that notify security guards of danger, but is that enough to secure our students? Security in the dorms is a necessity. There have been countless cases of assault on campus by outsiders. Students should be able to enter all dorms in order to evade danger instead of only being able to enter the dorms they reside in. It’s important that our school has gender segregated dorms, allowing the separation between men and women at our Catholic school. In Aquinas, where the different genders are separated only by a door and not a guard, student can easily cross to the other...
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This note was uploaded on 04/23/2008 for the course ENG 161 taught by Professor Pare during the Spring '08 term at Providence College.
- Spring '08