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It started slow (School Shootings) but is gathering speed and unfortunately we're going to see more.

We will eventually get to the point where some students start to break the rules and carry to class anyhow thus saving theirself and further students.
Only after that happens might we start to see a change.
BUT,

Speaking as someone who has worked for a University, if a student or professor or anyone else uses a firearm to protect others, that user will be expelled, have charges pressed against them, and force their associated professor who sponsored them for their grad program or grant to have all of their funding revoked or even fired themselves. That student will also face civil fines and lawsuits from the university for violation of the "student contract" and could end up paying $50k to $200k in court fees and civil lawsuit settlements all because he saved someone's life.

Oh, and this will preclude you from attending any state-sponsored University in the US as well...

Carry a gun and you'll save the lives of those who will destroy yours permanently.....
 

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I think it should be requied for teachers and professors to carry or at least have some of the staff carry a firearm. If these school shootings were shootings at capital buildings they would step up the number of armed gaurds but a schools everyone is so left wing they dot think stright.
It's not "Left Wing" thinking, it's ignorance and anti-gun thinking. Left wing thinking would be to utilize the government aspect of the University to implement enhanced security (i.e. off duty police officers, application of ROTC cadets in on-campus security, etc) as a show of application, as well as enacting programs to help those who might act out by means of counciling and other outreach programs.

This is just pure kneejerk reaction: Blame an entity that cannot defend itself (the dead shooter) and an industry that can be accused of influencing him or her (the gun industry)
 
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