From The Boston Globe: Federal officials are auditing Roxbury Community College in Boston for suspected lapses in its reporting of crimes committed on campus. Officials with the U.S. Department of Education are seeking to find out why the college has failed to report serious allegations of crimes on campus. Federal law requires that allegations of all felony-level crimes be sent to police to investigate. In addition, the Clery Act requires all colleges and universities to submit an annual campus crime report. Since 2008, the college has reported only six on-campus crimes to federal officials - one robbery and five aggravated assaults, characterized by a college official as fistfights.