A history professor who has tenure at the University of Kansas said he will quit his job over the state’s campus carry law.
Topic: gun rights
A college rejected a student’s application for a NRA-affiliated club because its parent church is against NRA policies and is in favor of gun control measures.
In a recent survey of college professors, 71% believe that campus carry laws “will have a negative impact on the free and robust exchange of ideas at my university.”
“Student body armor” faux ad hit the University of Texas campus as anti-campus carry activists tried to dissuade students from supporting campus carry efforts.
No statement from Ohio State leaders on the murder of a well-known campus carry advocate, according to The College Fix: It’s been five days since a Buckeye was gunned down in what police say is…
In a recent study published by Johns Hopkins University, entitled “Firearms on College Campuses: Research Evidence and Policy Implications,” ten authors push back against the campus carry movement, whereby state legislatures have given college students…
One of the panelists was a graduate of Virginia Tech University, where there was a fatal shooting incident on their campus in 2007, who is currently seeking a PhD at Texas-Austin.
Liberty University is no longer a gun-free zone.
What? Only in Austin, Texas does this make any sense (if it makes any sense at all, to begin with).
From Campus Reform: A new poll by the University of Chicago finds that Millennials have a strong preference for gun control, even supporting a proposed ban on semi-automatic weapons. The survey—which was conducted by GenForward,…