If your roommate is a terrorist, please inform your warden

October 2006
Education (14637073);10/20/2006, Issue 243, p3
This article reports that university students could be encouraged to inform on fellow students if they suspect involvement in extremism. A document obtained by the "Guardian" revealed discussions between the government and universities over monitoring of students' activities, with particular attention recommended for Islamic groups. According to Gemma Tumelty, National Union of Students national president, demonizing and stigmatizing student communities is no way to defeat terror.


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