If you spend any time on the UWM campus, you really need to watch this newscast. A PantherVision investigation reveals some gaping holes in UWM's preparedness for an active shooter situation. In fact, if there is an active shooter, there's a good chance you won't know about it. There's a good chance your teacher won't be able to lock the classroom door. And there's a good chance that neither you nor your teacher will know what action to take.
PantherVision is a weekly, award-winning news program featuring work on and behind the cameras done by students in UWM's Journalism, Advertising and Media Relations department. JAMS students handle the writing, development, and management of the newscast, while students at the Milwaukee Area Technical College handle the in-studio camera and lighting work as well as the telecasting and playback aspects.