By Kayla Davis
As midterms are approaching, students are in the thick of the semester. But this semester is not like previous ones.
Texas joined seven other states on Aug. 1 in allowing concealed handguns onto their university campuses. And despite the heated debate from faculty, staff and students on the campus carry policy, so far the University of North Texas seems pretty quiet.
A criminal justice graduate student received a license to carry in May and has been carrying a concealed handgun on campus since August.
“I guess the only difference now is that I now have peace of mind if something was to...