Pratt students say campus remains unsafe

Some Pratt Institute students say there are still crimes committed on and around the campus even though security has increased.In response to the attack of

BROOKLYN - Some Pratt Institute students say there are still crimes committed on and around the campus even though security has increased.

In response to the attack of a student over the summer, the college increased security presence at various gates for the fall semester. But Eric Moed, a student at the school, says he was assaulted just outside the campus gate last week.

Another student says her laptop was stolen from a classroom on campus. Students say the security could be bulked up even more, and guards could stay later to prevent crimes.

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