The 9 Fires documentary is the story of nine campus-related fires across the nation that happened within a three-week period in January and February 2012. It tells “the rest of the story” of the impact that these fires had on the families, the survivors, the schools and the community. The nine fires include residence halls, off-campus, laboratory, sprinklered and unsprinklered buildings. Some were successes, others were tragedies, but taken together they provide compelling examples of the consequences of these fires after the headlines fade. Created by the Michael H. Minger Foundation and Campus Firewatch, the video is available free of charge because of  generous donations. It can be streamed online or downloaded, either in its entirety or in chapters focusing on residence halls, off-campus and laboratory fires. A poster is also available at the website to use in promoting the video.  ]]>