A “no guns allowed” sign is posted at the Rhatigan Student Center on the campus of Wichita State University. (Oct. 5, 2015)
A “no guns allowed” sign is posted at the Rhatigan Student Center on the campus of Wichita State University. (Oct. 5, 2015) Jaime Green File photo
A “no guns allowed” sign is posted at the Rhatigan Student Center on the campus of Wichita State University. (Oct. 5, 2015) Jaime Green File photo

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