Increased security follows shooting on campus

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Increased security follows shooting on campus

Students wait in a line leading into the cafeteria as a result of increased security. Photo by Josh Weinstock.

Students wait in a line leading into the cafeteria as a result of increased security. Photo by Josh Weinstock.

Students wait in a line leading into the cafeteria as a result of increased security. Photo by Josh Weinstock.

Students wait in a line leading into the cafeteria as a result of increased security. Photo by Josh Weinstock.

The Southerner

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In light of the incident on Feb. 27, where one student brought a gun to school, students waited in a longer line than usual Thursday morning before school due to increased security. Assistant principal David Propst oversaw the checks. All students who entered into the cafeteria walked through a metal detector; some had their bags patted down. No metal detectors or faculty, however, were present for students who had their first periods in the gym or instructional suites. To hear students’ responses to the increased security, check out this video.

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