NEWS ARCHIVE 2010UNC students spread fire safety in community - News14.com [CCFS Reporter] [September 24, 2010 8:18 am ] Full article
News14.comUNC students spread fire safety in communityNews14.comThe project pairs students with local firefighters to promote fire safety, especially in off-campus housing. The governor says she hopes UNC's focus on fire ...Greeks work for fire safetyThe Daily Tar HeelUNC students promote fire safetyWRAL.comall 9 news articles »
Five acquitted in UM fire case - Malay Mail [CCFS Reporter] [September 24, 2010 8:18 am ] Full article
Five acquitted in UM fire caseMalay MailKUALA LUMPUR: Five University Malaya undergraduates were acquitted by a Sessions Court here this morning of charges of committing mischief, ...Five UM Students Freed Of Arson, Trespassing ChargesBernamaall 6 news articles »
ECU event focuses on safety - Greenville Daily Reflector [CCFS Reporter] [September 24, 2010 8:18 am ] Full article
The Daily Tar Heel (blog)ECU event focuses on safetyGreenville Daily ReflectorIn addition to fire prevention and safety information, the campus's Office of Environmental Health and Safety arranged for booths staffed by university, ...Students learn fire safety techniquesMurray State NewsStop, drop, and roll: Fire safety at Holy CrossThe Crusader (subscription)all 4 news articles »
Campus Fire Safety [CCFS Reporter] [September 22, 2010 8:53 am ] Full article
STARKVILLE, Miss. (WCBI) - Training and education for college and university administrators and students is very important to ensuring a safe campus community. With close to 18-hundred campus related fires annually, September is the perfect month to learn.
No injuries in small fire at UI [CCFS Reporter] [September 22, 2010 8:53 am ] Full article
IOWA CITY, Iowa (AP) - Authorities say no one was hurt in a small fire at the University of Iowa communications building over the weekend. The Gazette says Iowa City firefighters responded the Becker Communications Studies Building shortly before 3 p.m. on Sunday after the building's alarm went off.
Reed students who set fire in wastebasket at dorm avoid criminal convictions, despite prosecutor's concerns [CCFS Reporter] [September 22, 2010 8:53 am ] Full article
The case had been set to go to trial in Multnomah County Circuit Court this week, but privately retained attorneys for the two Reed College students worked out the deal with the college. Judge Michael McShane approved of the agreement earlier this month.