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With the recent shootings and violence that has happened the past couple of weeks, I thought this was something that needed to be addressed. This is a very sensitive topic, but being safe doesn’t necessarily mean just from violence.  In fact, sometimes it could be someone stalking you/following you and making you feel very uncomfortable. Everyone needs to feel safe and luckily my college campus has a way to ensure students that they are safe no matter where they are.

Kaila MaCullough

Hi, my name is Kaila-Marie. I am a business major and I love filming, especially when I am traveling. I am enthusiastic about traveling, going on new adventures and exploring. I enjoy being able to capture the moment while visiting a new place; it is amazing. I enjoy many sports, such as skiing, surfing, soccer, volleyball and lacrosse. My favorite sport would be skiing because it only happens once every year here in Maryland. I take advantage of our winters especially since it is short. I am very interested to play volleyball again; however, I could never find places to go except the courts by my house (which are usually occupied).

I am a very passionate person, always willing to give people 100% of my time whether it's school, work, or friendships. Being able to support others has been my nature. I enjoy giving back to the people who have been with me through my long journey of growing up. I hope my vlogs can entertain you and make you realize that community college is a great choice and that you can meet wonderful people.

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  1. Kaila, this was a very informative and helpful post. I was curious if you know anyone who used the ‘red button’ and what the response time was. In fact, what is the response? Does Security on campus rush to that location? Does it sound a loud alarm? I am glad you pointed this out because I probably passed these poles dozens of times and never gave them much thought.

    1. I do not truly know anyone who has used the ‘red button’ before but I do know that when you click it, it sets a very loud alarm and it will direct the security where your location is immediately. It’s very fascinating.

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