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The Maine Campus

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In light of recent incidents, the university community must look out for itself more and become aware of the risks on campus. Since the beginning of the semester, a gay-rights proponent has been threatened in his room by an intruder, a baseball player has been accused by police of committing assault in dorm, and several women on East/West Campus have had their rooms entered into the middle of the night by strangers.


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