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The Virginia Tech shootings still cast a shadow over college campuses, on which about 20 murders occur each year. However, research suggests that campuses are safe and protective environments. When compared to the mortality of 18- to 24-year-olds in the general population, college student death rates are significantly lower for such causes as suicide, alcohol-related deaths, and homicide.

In The Pavela Report Monthly: “Memorandum to the Faculty (2012), Gary Pavela discusses research into the frequency of homicides on campus.

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