Michigan universities defend bans on concealed guns

Inside the administration building on Lake Superior State University’s campus is a room with more than 100 student-owned guns.

There are 83 shotguns, 41 rifles and eight pistols. There are also 49 bows and one crossbow.

Among the owners is Flushing junior Garth Magiera, who keeps three rifles and a bow on campus for when he wants to go hunting in the area around Sault Ste. Marie. Magiera does not have a license to carry a concealed weapon, and couldn’t carry one on campus even if he did because LSSU policy forbids it.  Read More