Marcus Clem | Collegio Reporter When faced with a direct threat to life, some students say they can rely only on themselves and their weapons. They gathered on campus this week. The Gorillas for Concealed Carry on Campus, founded last year by club president Edwin Stremel, senior in automotive technology and student senator, invited six candidates for state offices to speak on the concealed-carry issue. Speakers addressed whether holders of state concealed-weapons permits should be allowed to carry on campus. The speakers mainly addressed the argument that concealed-carry license holders have a constitutional right to be armed. “The Second Amendment is an important right guaranteed in the Constitution,” said Jake LaTurner, Republican candidate for Kansas…
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