Education: Uneasy Return to Campus

As college and university administrators await the return of most students this week, their apprehension turns less on the almost certain resumption of protest than on the possibility of terrorist violence. The worst such incident to date, last month's bombing of the mathematics research center at the University of Wisconsin, left a badly demoralized campus amid the rubble. To assess the implications of that bitter event for academic institutions elsewhere, TIME Correspondent Gregory Wierzynski visited the university and sent this report:

So many shattered windows in nearby buildings are now boarded up that...

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