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I agree with John C., the dissenting writer whose words you published in the latest edition of The Signal.
Hello, My name is John and I recently came across your article about the bill currently proposed in the Texas Legislature concerning Concealed Handgun License holders being able to conceal on campus. I had a few concerns about it. 1). The image portrayed shows a tactical shotgun in the main compartment of the backpack. This […]
On a hot day in August back in 1966, Charles Whitman, an engineering student at the University of Texas and a former Marine, climbed to the observation deck of the university’s tower and opened fire upon the students below.
There is no question that legalization of marijuana is and will be the center of controversy until its prohibition ends.
At Virginia Tech, April 16, 2007, a gunman went on a killing spree leaving 32 students and faculty members dead. The gunman, Seung-Hui Cho, also a student at Virginia Tech, killed himself afterward.
We would like to address The Signal and the student body at large concerning the issue of concealed handguns on campus.
You gather your things for any normal school day. You grab your bag, your books, your laptop and…your gun?
Texas legislation may soon pass a bill that would allow licensed, concealed handgun carriers to bring their guns onto college and university campuses.
Some people may see this as a mistake that would allow guns to overrun campus grounds, that just about everyone would be ‘trigger happy.’ That is simply not true.