Georgia Regents University’s Summerville campus was a crime scene Monday.
There were no criminal acts committed, but talk of murder echoed through University Hall. While there were no bodies, just about every bit of space on the campus’ paved walkways was covered in the chalk outlines synonymous with homicides.
It wasn’t a prank. It was Dr. Kim Davies’ way to comprehend the more than 14,800 people who were murdered nationwide in 2012, the most recent year for which accurate data is available.