After a push for mental illness awareness, police are training to respond to it correctly.
While both are intended to inform the public, news releases are intended for the media.
Threats didn’t stop the MU movement.
Days after two university administrators stepped down, colleges across the country stood in solidarity.
A freshman who was near the center around 1 a.m. said he heard a man tell a black female she “wasn’t welcome.”
This is not the first time Yik Yak has been a part of a campus safety issue.
"This is so illegal," a bystander said. "He didn’t do anything."
In 2014, an estimated 40 veterans died awaiting health care in VA facilities.
Suspect arrested for Yik Yak threats Hunter M. Park is a 19-year-old student at Missouri Science and Technology.
“Some of you are alright,” the first yak said. “Don’t go to campus tomorrow.”