"There should be some room for authority allowing a university campus to enforce its own policies with the gun issue," said Emi Dunn, government relations director for ASUU. "Campus needs to be a safe learning environment, and it is unacceptable for professors or students to feel threatened by the presence of guns in a class room."
Dunn said she is relieved Young addressed the issue, but said ASUU is still opposed to open carry.
"Nearly two-thirds of Utah voters (64%) would oppose an open carry law on campus, and we are part of that two-thirds," she said.
Interesting that the administration feels that they are not subject to state law and are entitled to enforce "policy" and that policy is based upon public opinion THEY happen to agree with.
The state should fire the whole damn lot of them.