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Concealed carry prompts new library procedures

Pete Loganbill Features editor ploganbi@jccc.edu With the coming of the new concealed carry policy, postcards have been put up on the second floor of the library which...

Letter to the Editor: Response to Concealed Carry column

Calvin Oyler JCCC Student Recently, the Campus Ledger ran an editorial by Caleb Latas against concealed carry. It was lacking in facts but had plenty of...

Concealed carry exemption to expire this summer

Nell Gross Editor-in-chief ngross1@jccc.edu After the state of Kansas passed a law in 2013 allowing concealed firearms in public areas, a four year exemption was offered to...


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Concealed carry may be allowed on campus

By 2017, nearly anyone may be allowed to carry a concealed weapon on Kansas institutions of higher education, including JCCC.

Staff and faculty members hold differing views on Concealed Carry

Pete Loganbill Features editor ploganbi@jccc.edu Controversy has come to the college with the passing of campus Concealed Carry in the state of Kansas. Although they agree the...

Opinion: Anti-Concealed Carry

Caleb Latas Staff reporter clatas@jccc.edu In 2006 the Kansas Legislature passed the Personal and Family Protection Act, which allowed ordinary citizens to carry a concealed weapon upon...

Opinion: Pro-Concealed Carry

Pete Loganbill Features editor ploganbi@jccc.edu Keep your ears open. You may hear the phrase “students are allowed to have guns now” or “guns can be carried around the...

Students and faculty display mixed feelings on concealed carry

Aaron Rhodes Staff reporter arhodes2@jccc.edu In July of 2017, the Kansas law exempting college campuses from allowing concealed carry of firearms expires. The new law...

Considering the issue of concealed carry

College may allow weapons on campus in four years By Stephen Cook At the monthly Board of Trustees meeting on Nov. 21, trustees voted to unanimously...

College hosts Campus Safety Town Hall

Kim Harms Staff reporter kharms3@jccc.edu The Campus Safety Town Hall meeting took place Wednesday afternoon to discuss future plans for the updated Concealed Carry law that will go...

Sean Hull: Pro-gun control: It is time to make a change

With the recent shooting at Umpqua Community College in Roseburg, Oregon, the fiery debate over gun control has been rightfully reignited.

Here’s what we’re working on for our next print edition

The next print edition of The Campus Ledger will be published Thursday, March 9. Editors, reporters and photographers are hard at work, conducting interviews...

Faculty members visit Topeka in support of firearms ban

Kim Harms Sports editor kharms3@jccc.edu Members of the college’s Faculty Association, along with other colleges and public institutions, traveled to Topeka on Jan. 26 to share their...

News briefs – Oct. 4, 2012

College to host Japan Festival The college will host the 15th annual Greater Kansas City Japan Festival from 10:00 a.m. to 8:30 p.m. Saturday, Oct....

Staff Editorial: Right to a gun-free education

If passed, House Bill 2353 would allow conceal-to-carry inside any public institution. The authoriza­tion permitting registered handgun owners to be armed on college grounds....

Kansas House bill would allow guns on campus

By Rachel Kimbrough Whether speaking about safety on campus or the economic impact of college sports teams refusing to come to Kansas, Board of Trustee...

WEB-EXCLUSIVE: Kansas House bill would allow guns on campus

http://youtu.be/H0CozLBnBZo Trustees speak out against Bill 2353 By Rachel Kimbrough Whether speaking about safety on campus or the economic impact of college sports teams refusing to come...