Macey Way’s Blazing Focus
If you followed the National Junior Olympics Shooting Championship in April 2019, you’ve probably already heard of Macey Way, who decisively won the Women’s Air Rifle competition for the year.
University of Virginia Canceled Gun Salute Honoring Veterans, Cited Concerns about Possible Panic
Until last week, the rifle volley has been included in Veterans Day ceremonies on campus for more than a decade.
Washington State University Students Don’t Have a Legal Place on Campus to Store Guns thanks to New Law
New gun laws require campus police to conduct 3- to 5-day background checks each time students want to retrieve their legal firearms.
Once known as strongholds for the free exchange of ideas, many American universities have become no-speech zones—particularly if you speak out in support of the Second Amendment.
Law School Student Suspended Because He Owns a Gun
The University of North Texas was investigating an anonymous threat and, though the student presented a case that he was elsewhere, booted him out of school.
Landlord Tries to Evict Law-Abiding Gun Owner
It seems that the Harvard University student’s roommates suffered “anxiety” associated with having guns in the apartment.
University of Nebraska Police Can Carry Guns Again
After more than four decades of not being able to carry, law enforcement officers at the Kearney, Neb., campus can strap on sidearms.
Kansas Prof Disparages Second Amendment in Syllabus
This instructor so fears guns that he refuses to hold office hours on campus.
Firearms Cause for Discrimination?
At the University of Utah, one instructor wanted to create a “Second Amendment zone,” a 3-foot-by-3-foot area where law-abiding gun owners who choose to carry can sit.