Gun violence is a hot topic in America right now, and gun scares on college campuses are not going away, despite a push for stricter gun control after the tragedy in Sandy Hook, Connecticut. Last week, the state of Connecticut passed a sweeping gun control bill, making it the most comprehensive gun legislation in the country.
Governor Dan Malloy hopes that this will set an example for the nation. But how will college campuses respond?
Jing Xu, Assoc. News Editor, contributed to this report.
Meghan is a member of the class of 2013 from Cape Elizabeth, Maine. She is a Political Science major and Faith Peace and Justice minor. She joined the Gavel her sophomore year and has been an editorial assistant, News Editor, and Managing Editor. She spent her junior spring semester studying abroad in Granada, Spain. She enjoys writing political stories and covering campus events for the Gavel.