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Posted Feb. 22, 2008

Lesley Michaels
Staff Writer

It seems that a week cannot go by without tragic news of another school shooting. Between the country’s deadliest shooting at Virginia Tech last year, and the surprising Valentine’s Day massacre at Northern Illinois University last week, schools across the country are trying to find ways to provide safer, faster notification systems on college campuses.

One of the most promising methods of crisis control is a school-wide emergency notification system.

The University of La Verne is currently working toward implementing the National Notification Network.

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