Today marks both the one-year anniversary of campus carry at Texas universities and the first day of campus carry at Texas junior/community colleges.
Central Texas College has the most restrictive campus carry policies adopted by any public college and the second-highest number of registered sex offenders.
However, the argument that campus carry leads to more sexual assaults continues to rear its ugly head as states work to pass their own campus carry laws.
As the Aug. 1, 2017, date for Texas’ campus carry law to take effect at two-year colleges draws near, some opponents of the law have adopted new tactics.
CTC, one of dozens of two-year colleges where Texas’ campus carry law will take effect on Aug. 1, announced the policies at a Jan. 18 forum for students.
For a fake-news-spewing sock puppet like The Trace to represent itself as a watchdog against such misinformation is laughable.
On Wednesday afternoon, the UT chapter of YCT drew criticism and counter-protesters in response to the group’s “affirmative action bake sale.”
After being asked to look into #CocksNotGlocks’ claim that a student at the University of Texas at Austin “would receive a citation for taking a dildo to class before [the student] would get in…..
Students for Concealed Carry (SCC) wishes the best to outgoing Southwest regional director Antonia Okafor, who is moving on to the next stage of her career, and congratulates Brian Bensimon…..
Following years of controversial police shootings across the country, opponents of campus carry have taken to claiming that campus carry will make police encounters more…..
The same newspaper responsible for uncritically parroting the since- discredited claim that campus carry would cost two Texas university systems upward of $50 million dollars over six years…..
It’s worth noting that, during his 31 years as a Texas police officer, Martinez never dealt with licensed concealed carry or concealed handgun license holders.
The proposed rule of carrying the pistol unloaded is stupid and dangerous…
The same pseudo-journalist who repeated conspiracy theories about SCC’s founding and funding, without noting that those theories originated with a national gun-control conglomerate, is…..
The recent murder of a female undergraduate on the campus of the University of Texas at Austin serves as a tragic reminder that college campuses, though typically safe, do play host to every…..
After four weeks, Students for Concealed Carry’s offer to donate $5,000 to any gun-control organization that could prove any of the common conspiracy theories about SCC’s founding and/or…..
The board of regents of the University of Texas System would do well to heed the actions of Texas Tech University, which—on the advice of legal counsel—overruled a proposed policy that would…..
Students for Concealed Carry (SCC) commends the University of Texas at Tyler and Texas State University for adopting campus carry policies that address legitimate concerns while respecting the…..
Anti-campus carry activists at the University of Texas at Austin have created a self-fulfilling prophecy—they’ve spent so much time and energy claiming that campus carry is going to cause real…..
In enlightened modern America, the risk of dying of a shark attack is most frequently referenced in comparison to one’s odds of winning the Powerball lottery, but in the summer of 1975, America’s…..
Here are the bullet points on the debate over whether campus carry leads to an increased rate of on-campus sexual assault…..
Over the past two months, Students for Concealed Carry has repeatedly explained how two of the proposals of UT-Austin’s campus carry working group violate the intent of Texas’s new campus carry…..
In this video, members of the Modern Language Association chant, “No guns, no cops, no violence!” during the MLA’s January 8 anti-campus carry rally in Austin.
On Tuesday, January 26, 2016, Antonia Okafor testified before the Texas Senate Committee on State Affairs, regarding the ongoing process of implementing Texas’s impending campus carry law…..
Although the committees and working groups tasked with developing campus carry policies at Texas universities have thus far eschewed such obvious non-starters as banning licensed concealed…..