Since decorating graduation caps has become somewhat of a tradition where students choose witty ways to express their individuality and creativity, Bennet chose to decorate the top of her graduation cap with an outline of what was undoubtedly a gun along with the words "Come and Take it", which seems to be a subtle challenge as now, being a graduate, no one can really stop her from carrying the weapon to the campus.
A college graduate is making a statement after she posted a gun-toting photo on social media that has since gone viral. "As a lady, I refuse to be a sufferer & the second modification ensures that I haven't got to be". "Why are guests more important than the students who are paying thousands of dollars to attend the university?"
Bennett advised Fox Information she needed to sentence the varsity's "insulting" insurance policies. "These officers are visible, well-trained and on duty 24/7 in support of students, staff and faculty".
The university bars students, staff, and third parties doing business with Kent State from possessing deadly weapons.
A woman who graduated from Kent State University in OH has caused an uproar over a campus photo shoot.
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The next phase is expected to take place in the summer when shareholders will be asked for their approval of the sell-off. Current CFO, John Nallen , will move into the expanded role of COO, the company said in an emailed statement.
Kent State College graduate, Kaitlin Bennett, went viral for taking a parting shot at her faculty's anti-gun coverage Sunday. "They say they're against violence, but then they say they want to kill me".
"Dear @CNN, Trump said Haiti was a sh*thole COUNTRY", Bennett wrote. That's when she made a decision to take a stand.
"Kent State University was recently ranked the safest big college campus in OH and 25th safest in the country, according to the National Council for Home Safety and Security", Mansfield's statement said.
"After graduation, she joined the ranks of our proud graduates", Mansfield said.
Bennett said even though she's received death threats because of her post, she has no regrets.
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