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Wednesday, July 5, 1995 - The Michigan Daily - 7
Study: 8 percent of college students carry weapons

0By Steve Seepersaud
Daily Staff Reporter
Nearly 8 percent of college students
carry weapons, according to a nation-
wide study released last month by
Southern Illinois University in
Carbondale.
Researchers found that 7 1/2 percent
of students carried guns, knives or other
weapons for reasons besides work or
hunting.
Responses were gathered from al-
most 30,000 students on 73 campuses.

In Ann Arbor, city ordinances define
weapons as any firearm, bomb, nun-chuk
or throwing star. No one is allowed to
carry a weapon in public except for pur-
poses of law enforcement, educational
programs, authorized sales or protection of
a place of business.
It is against city law to carry a solid
knife with a blade longer than four inches.
The legal size limit for folding knives is
three inches.
Regents' ordinances, which govern
activity on the University campus, are al-

most identical to the city's laws.
Officer David Russell of the
University's Department of Public
Safety expanded the definition to in-
clude any item that could be used as a
weapon.
"A stick would be considered a
weapon if someone were hitting some-
one else with it, because of the way
they're using it," he said.
Michigan statutes apply to mace and
pepper spray. Ann Arbor Police Officer
Amy Ellinger said sprays containing

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more than a set percentage of a chemical Russell said it is not an everyday oc-
.alledoleoresin capsicum are prohibited. currence to find weapons on campus.
Private citizens can carry up to 2 percent "Knives are not uncommon. Once in a
of it," she said. while, we'll find a handgun."
Russell said that men, as well as The SouthemIllinois study also found
women, need protection. "Men have just that one out of eight college students do
as much right to carry a protective device not feel safe on campus.
as women do." In 1993 and 1994, DPS reported an
School of Education senior Sarah average of 229 aggravated and non-aggra-
Ingram is not unfamiliar with mace."A lot vated assaults. During those two years,
of people I know carry mace. At least DPS received reports of criminal sexual
three or four of my girlfriends do," she conduct, stalking, weapons offenses and
said. harassment.
Joyce Wright of the Sexual Assault
Prevention and Awareness Center has
counseled many students on safety and
protection.
"For the most par, people feel pretty
comfortable walking around campus,"
Wright said.
Wright also said fear is heightened by
WRRITER/PRODUCER of newsletter. events such as the serial rapist attacks.
agemaker skills a must. Part-time 761-7204. Now that ErvinD. Mitchell hasbeen con-
Workjustpartlime victed and imprisoned, "women feel a
raining witpt- Mime great sense of relief but we tell them that
Nation Guard and they still need to practice precautionary
- II gan ameasures," she said.
* * earn over $18,000 for LSA senior Kathy Mann said that she
* college. Call SSG Randall is generally comfortable walking around
* I6 Tompkins 313483-.2863 campus.
"At night, I feel safe enough to walk
- eby myself. If not, I find someone else to
tickets & travel walk with. You end up walking by your-
D r self some of the time,' she said. Mann also
7 said she uses the free Night Ride taxicab
- service, which runs from the Shapiro Li-
brary after 2 am.
LOVELY SUMMER HIDEAWAY. Cozy Ingram said she does not feel safe
log cabins on lake, $425-$525 weekly. Log walking on campus at night.
rooms $54-$64 nightly includes boats, I won't come down to Central Cam-
canoes, hot tub, more. Traverse City, 616/
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LOW AIRFARES WORLDWIDE and intothe Arbinthe daytime,"shesaid.
Euro-passes. Regency Travel 209 S. State. When walking by herself, Ingram
665-3406. said she always tries to be aware and cau-
STUDENTS ANYWHERE in the U.S. onto
Continental $159 or $239. Bring your Con- Wright has several suggestions to in-
tinental voucher & AMEX card. Kelly at crease feelings of safety on campus.
Regency Travel, 209 S. State, 665-622..."Trust your instincts ifa situation makes
you feel uncomfortable. Walk with
announcements someone. Know what resources are
available."
MOEM ER
REMOVE UNWANTED TATTOOS or Continued from page 1
liver spots with latest laser in physician's Harrison said he expects the Univer-
office. Free consultation. Call Bloomfield ity will examine the situation.
Laser 810/332-8391. MC/VISA accepted. sI wi e nee to n
"I think we need to look into what
kindsof checks and balances wereoin place
roommates for an agreement like this. We have to de-
velop a mechanism where the chief finan-
cial officer and the president are in-
volved," Harrison said.
Besides the regents' concerns over
ROOMMATE(S): needed Fall '95. Private, the buy out, many press reports have
locking rooms in loaded, upscale apts. Newly questioned Moeller's departure from the
renovated, excellent location. Call 665-8825. University, which was technically a res-
ignation.
6 ~ersonal Moeller's attomey, Deborah Gordon
hinted in The Ann Arbor News that
Moeller did not choose to leave the Uni-
+ versity.
"Gary Moeller would far prefer to be
CLIMB THE WALLS! The Ann Arbo coaching at Michigan," Gordon said. "I
Climbing Gym 761-4669. Student discounts. think everybody knows what happened.
There was a lot of pressure on Gary that
F T1s s:week."
Moeller was hired by the Cincinnati
Bengals as an offensive assistant in
Q T tt charge of tight ends.
Moeller was with the Wolverines for
16years.

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