HAMPTON, Va. - "We absolutely got lucky because there was no loss of life -none," Hampton University President, Dr. William Harvey's said ofthis weekend's events.
Early Sunday morning a former student walked into an HU dorm,armed with three loaded guns and shot two men, before shootinghimself.
Now that campus is secure, school officials are answering tostudents who say they still feel insecure.
"The fact that it happened once should be an indicator they needto change some things," said Senior Leon Hendrix.
Hendrix attended Monday night's meeting held by the VicePresident of Student Affairs and the HU Police Chief.
Hendrix says he wasn't satisfied with what he heard. Especiallywhen he asked what students should do if a similar shooting everoccurred. He says campus officials told him to ask his ResidentAdviser.
"Which I think is absolutely ridiculous because if you get on anairplane they're not going to tell you if the plane goes down findme and I'll tell you how to swim," continued Hendrix.
Another question raised at Monday's meeting: why did campusofficials wait two hours to alert students via text?
"As soon as you find out send it out to us so that if we werearound Harkness we wouldn't go inside so if we were off campus wewould stay off campus," said Moffett.
Chief Leroy Crosby told WAVY.com he stands by his decision.
"I knew immediately when I got there that the suspect was thereand we apprehended him .. he was in custody and the situation wascontrolled," said Crosby.
Freshman Timothy Wiggins says he wants to see big changes whenit comes to security on, and directly off campus.
"I hope they focus more on gun control as opposed to partying,"said Wiggins.
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