Campus safety discussed after Oregon school shooting- Vox pop

In light of the shooting at Umpqua Community College in Oregon, we are asking Oswego State students questions that arise as a result of this tragic event.

Drew Cope, Wellness Management major (Arielle Schunk, The Oswegonian)
Drew Cope, wellness management major
(Arielle Schunk l The Oswegonian)

Sophomore, Drew Cope answers the question of whether or not something like that could happen here at Oswego.

“I don’t know if there is much we can do to stop it other then looking for kids who might have the potential to do it and helping them before anything happens”, Cope said.

Broadcasting and mass communication major, Justin Dobrow thinks precautionary measures can be taken, but only so much can be done if a situation like that arises.

[su_youtube url=”” width=”1080″ height=”720″]

Sophomore, Jessica Kaminsky says “I think Oswego is doing a good job of making us feel safe”.  But that something like a shooting of any kind in a setting like this cannot be completely avoided.

Jessica Kaminsky, Public Relations major  (Arielle Schunk l The Oswegonian)
Jessica Kaminsky, public relations major
(Arielle Schunk l The Oswegonian)

Kaylina Rivera a senior human development major, commented on the email that President Deborah F. Stanley sent out today.  In the email, measures that students can take are listed, including things like downloading the Oswego Guardian app and signing up for SUNY Oswego’s NY-Alert system.

[su_youtube url=”” width=”1080″ height=”720″]

Public relations major Michela Mickaluck suggests one measure that can be taken is to have mental health checks done.

“Doing some seminars about mental health would be helpful” says Mickaluck.

Sophomore, Michela Mickaluck (Arielle Schunk l The Oswegonian)
Sophomore, Michela Mickaluck
(Arielle Schunk l The Oswegonian)