AMHERST, Mass. - As part of a pilot project to use video cameras to enhance campus safety at the University of Massachusetts, a security camera has been installed on the exterior of one of the residence halls in the Southwest residential area. According to Javier Cevallos, interim vice chancellor for student affairs, the exact location of the camera will not be disclosed, but he says it is positioned to view the main courtyard in Southwest, including the area referred to as "the pyramids." The camera will be activated Sun. Sept. 3, the day residence halls officially open to new students.