President Donald Trump’s proposal to arm teachers in an effort to secure the nation’s schools has sparked national debate, but Texas has had armed teachers and staffers since 2008. The … Read More
“April 16, 2007 is a day I’ll never forget,” Halley Hovey-Murray, a senior on the SMU debate team, said.
On today’s Daily Update, see highlights from SMU’s campus carry debate; eleven SMU professors won fellowships for their academic research; and NorthPark mall has a goal to increase pet adoption this holiday season.
SMU Debate, in conjunction with Student Senate, hosted a public forum on campus carry Monday night.
William “Bubba” Flint is a Dallas native and 2005 graduate of Southern Methodist University where he received his BFA at the Meadows School of the Arts. His other publications … Read More
Criminals love gun-free zones. Unfortunately, they are not alone, because many of those who are unaware of the truth about Campus Carry laws join the criminals in wanting to keep SMU a “victim disarmament zone.”
SMU is seeking input from the campus community on whether the University should opt out of Senate Bill 11. The “campus carry” law allows concealed carry of handguns on university campuses and will be in full effect next August.
On today’s Daily Update, SMU considers the Texas campus carry law, the Belo Foundation at SMU is giving money to Dallas parks, and the men’s basketball team has its first game of the season this weekend.
The biggest debate in last year’s Texas legislative session was campus carry.
By Christine Freeman Would Hannah Graham be alive today if she had been packing heat when Jesse Matthews attacked her last September near the University of Virginia? Texas Senator Brian … Read More