One School Year Later, Guns on Kansas College Campuses Draw Little Notice

Wichita State student Daylan Andrews conceals his gun with his jacket while on campus. (Photo by Stephen Bisaha, KMUW Radio.)

Guns have been permitted on campus at public universities in Kansas since the start of the school year, despite opposition from some faculty, students and administrators.  Students must be 21 or older to carry a firearm.  For the Kansas News Service, Stephan Bisaha visited Wichita State University to see how the first year of campus carry has gone.


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Stephan Bisaha is a reporter for KMUW Radio in Wichita and a contributor to Kansas Public Radio and the Kansas News Service.  Follow Stephan Bisaha on Twitter.