Campus Gun Violence Analysis

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Security matters in most of the campuses are threatened by the continuous attack by thugs with less attention from the security personnel. People who are in the campus feel danger and fears from the weapon of the gun. students use their gun on campus to save own life once there is no security personnel, therefore the demand for the self-defense has grown significantly in various campuses. There are three different articles, but these have same point that is antagonizing of the gun on campus. In article of “Guns, Campuses and Madness”, Frank Bruni thinks that how the students of the University of Texas think about misbehavior of firearms. College students across the country are very interested in emotional safety, and some schools add "trigger warning" to novels and other texts. They make some rules for campus that people who have gun do not carry into the classroom. One of the rules is that they can…show more content…
Many states’ university professors are frightened about carrying the gun. They do not want to hate being afraid of their student, but the professors say that they do not necessarily change their approach to students, but professors are thinking more about what kind of reactions will be given when they give bad results. In the article, Frank J. Donoghue said “I’m in a classroom with just one exit, and I’m at the front. If anyone would walk in with a gun, there’s no way out. It’s on the second floor, so we can’t even jump out the way they did in Columbine.” Therefore, when guns are present on the campus grounds, the fears cause learners and the entire campus community interfere with their day-to-day activities. The professors can fear giving the students bad grades because of the risks posed. For a peaceful learning environment without threats, guns should not be allowed on
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