Three students were killed and five others were critically injured by a shooter at Michigan State University on Monday.
“Our campuses, churches, classrooms and communities should not be battlefields,” Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer told mourners on Wednesday.
James Alan Fox, a Northeastern criminology professor who studies mass killings, says the tragic event puts a focus on student safety.
“There is no denying the horror of the Michigan State University shooting,” says Fox, author of “Violence and security on campus: From preschool through college.”