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Tennessee State’s New Security Measures

Due to a series of break-ins, Tennessee State University adopted new security measures which will allow police to track entry into all buildings. All students and faculty were given new ID cards which were activated on March 1.

(Photo: Courtesy of Nashville News Channel 5)

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