IU faculty questions campus safety after Purdue shooting
BLOOMINGTON, Ind. -- Officials at schools across Indiana are questioning the safety of their campus after the tragedy at Purdue University.
Indiana University faculty told the Herald Times the university has been adding safety features to guard against a scenario like the 2007 Virginia Tech massacre and the one that shook West Lafayette's campus two weeks ago.
Some of their ideas include card-swipe entrances and keypads to get into campus classrooms but right now renovation money at IU is tight.