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Grad student suspended after pro-gun-rights e-mail

October 10, 2007

A Minnesota university has suspended one of its graduate students who sent two e-mail messages to school officials supporting gun rights.

Hamline University also said that master’s student Troy Scheffler, who owns a firearm, would be barred from campus and must receive a mandatory “mental health evaluation” after he sent an e-mail message arguing that law-abiding students should be able to carry firearms on campus for self-defense... Download file "Grad student suspended after pro-gun-rights e-mail"

Schools: Hamline University Cases: Hamline University: Student Suspended after Advocating Concealed Carry on Campus