Gunning for campus security

Marcus Clem | copy editor The first session in a series to inform Pittsburg State about what to do during the unthinkable, and overall help promote a safe campus, was held on Tuesday, Feb. 19. This event, primarily intended to educate PSU students staff and faculty about defense against a shooter on campus, was held in 107 Grubbs Hall. It saw a high turnout of staff and faculty, but a comparatively low response from students. As co-emergency managers for Pittsburg State, Steve Erwin, associate vice president of campus life, and Mike McCracken, university police chief, are responsible for leading a team of about 12 faculty and staff dedicated to campus security. Changing times Erwin said…