University leader opposes carrying guns on campus
Ohio State University President Michael Drake still opposes allowing people licensed to carry concealed handguns on campus after a Somaliborn student’s car-and-knife rampage that injured 11 people on Monday.
State lawmakers are mulling a bill that would allow concealed carry by licensed individuals on campuses and would allow colleges to approve or reject the measure, Columbus Business First reported.
“None of my colleagues or myself think that’s a good idea,” Mr. Drake said Wednesday morning on WOSU Radio’s “All Sides with Ann Fisher.”
On Monday, OSU student Abdul Razak Artan plowed a car into a group of pedestrians, then began stabbing people before a campus police officer fatally shot him.