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M. Perry Chapman

Openness vs. security on campus

By M. Perry Chapman
April 28, 2007

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WE ALL REACT with shock and revulsion at the awful acts of violence that invaded the tranquility of the Virginia Tech campus last week. As a consultant who helped to create the campus plan for Virginia Tech in the 1990s, I was struck at the time by the university's commitment to a permeable, welcoming environment, a vibrant community of learning ... (Full article: 707 words)

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