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Tuesday, July 27, 2021

Streetbeat: Armed Campus

What are the benefits, if any, of having an armed campus?

“I think it would be safer, maybe the teacher could disable the shooter.”
-Gerardo Sanchez, Computer Science, 19

“There would be no foreboding sense of dread.”
-Daniella King, Undecided, 19

“I think students would rethink going to class if they knew there was a gun in there.”
-Insiya Zariwala, Biology, 23

“There are pros and cons, but I think the negatives outweigh the positives, because you’ll never know anyones true intentions.”
-Raymundo Pantoja, Criminal Justice, 20

Photos by Brian Caldera

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