Here are links to The Chronicle's coverage of the fatal shootings at Umpqua Community College in October, along with recent articles on gun violence and higher education.
The gunman in the attack, at Umpqua Community College, in Roseburg, Ore., was killed in an exchange of gunfire with law-enforcement officers.
Two university researchers say they’re optimistic that their work will have long-term benefits. But the sometimes-vitriolic response they receive can be deeply frustrating.
Reflecting on the Umpqua shootings, Geoff Pullum realizes there are not two but three flaws in the wording of the Second Amendment, all lending to its disastrous vagueness.
This past week several campuses learned of online posts or bathroom-wall graffiti that threatened violence. Almost all of them went on high alert.
The University of Texas at Austin is trying to comply with legislation that many people there fear will make the institution less safe.
People who fear the prospect of legal, concealed weapons on campuses are being just as irrational as those who refuse to leave the house unarmed.