I teach at a University and have long criticized it and universities in general from from within, I've written essays against my administration for publication in newspapers - and they were published, I filed Federal Complaints against them on behalf of others - and many other such things - that's the purpose of Tenure, to SPEAK - and these were all educational matters and the negatives students paid (a LOT) to suffer from. So, I'm not very popular with the boys on top - I never get raises or promotions - but they can't fire me.
The insular and world-unto-itself of universities has been coming out lately, which is my main complaint: the disgust people feel at Penn State's administration for their cover-up. And now I learn here that Holmes was dutifully reported to be dangerous by his university psychiatrist internally, but it NEVER WAS REPORTED TO AUTHORITIES OUTSIDE. So, the refrain: "We need a way to spot these killers before they kill" actually worked - at the beginning of the chain - Homes was spotted and reported - but the ball seems to have dropped.
Report: Holmes' psychiatrist reported behavior to colleagues - CNN.com