The Slate, Shippensburg University’s student newspaper, will welcome a diverse panel of individuals to discuss the issues of gun control and gun rights on Wednesday, Feb. 27, at 7 p.m. in Memorial Auditorium, located on SU’s campus.
The public is encouraged to attend the event. Parking and entry will be free to all.
The panel for this discussion will feature Jim Taylor, co-founder and chairman of America’s PAC; Chad Kimmel, professor of sociology at SU; Samantha Cossick, staff writer for the Public Opinion News; Shippensburg Mayor Bruce Hockersmith; and Mick Kelly from the Pennsylvania State Police Fire Arms Department.
Steven Lichtman, professor of political science and pre-law adviser at SU, will be moderating the discussion.
The event will serve as an informative look at the different perspectives on the gun control conflict. There will be a session for attendees to pose questions to the panel following the discussion.
This question session is also open to the public.
The Slate is a weekly newspaper written and produced by SU students.
Issues include community, state and national news, sports updates, features on student life and reviews of arts and entertainment.
The Slate is distributed every Tuesday to newsstands around campus and the Shippensburg community and on the web at www.theslateonline.com.
For more information, contact The Slate’s public relations department at 717-477-3340 or email@example.com.