Student leaders urge CSU president to keep concealed-carry policy on campus

Seems that the students agree with Senator Brophy on this one. They have no interest in becoming another Columbine via having a Free Fire Zone for a campus.

Student leaders at Colorado State University voted overwhelmingly Wednesday night in favor of a resolution asking school president Tony Frank to continue to allow people with concealed-weapon permits to go armed on campus.

“I feel students have a right to have a measure of self-defense on campus,” said sophomore Cooper Anderson, a student senator representing the College of Agriculture Sciences and a co-author of the resolution.

“It’s a fact that crime doesn’t stop at the university’s doorstep.”

He added the change departs from state law and university policy.


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