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By John McAfee
Independent voices from the The Washington Times Communities
Topic - Chip Howard
Colleges across the country have tightened their use of aerial lifts _ or outright eliminated them _ a year after a University of Notre Dame student was killed when wind gusts toppled the lift where he was filming football practice.
The school still occasionally uses lifts, but the need for them is greatly reduced, Howard said.
Chip Howard, an associate athletic director, said the school began reviewing how it uses aerial lifts immediately after Sullivan's death.