Students are grappling with safety implications on campus after several arrests were made at SMU last month.
SMU police are still investigating two separate incidents involving female SMU students that resulted in arrests of alleged male suspects.
The once still and quiet vaccination tent behind the health clinic is now bustling with patients. Music blares over the speakers, the room fills with chatter, and for the first time, health officials prop the door open as people flow in. At last, vaccine distribution is in full swing at SMU.
Jeremy Harris, 31, was arrested Friday afternoon by Dallas Police. Harris has also been linked to three other murders in North Texas in the past month.
A federal lawsuit alleges SMU mishandled a campus sexual assault investigation involving a football player last year.
The male suspect is 5 feet 7 inches and about 140 pounds.
“We take pride in this community, if we take pride in this community, I feel like it’s our responsibility to make it safe for us and for everybody else,” SMU … Read More
His family, neighbors, and coworkers think he’s a “great guy.” What they don’t know is, John uses social networking apps to pay for underage girls that are available during hs lunch break.
With 2,000 surveillance cameras on campus, SMU can feel like a safe area. But, many students forget crime even happens on campus, especially with the university located in the city. … Read More
SMU takes steps to keep students safe, but some students forget they’re living in a big city.