UA President Eugene Sander publicly declared his opposition to guns on campus on Thursday, as well as discussed his recent meetings with state legislators regarding the College of Medicine and the university’s budget during his fourth town hall-style meeting.
Sander began the meeting by explaining some of the proposed legislation that would allow guns on campus, saying that because the UA is an academic hub that houses scholars, athletes, professors and children, having guns on campus would be neither smart nor safe.
Sander also said he spoke with state legislators about increasing the overall class size of the UA’s medical school from 48 to 88 students. By doing so, he said, more students can practice medicine with a degree from one of the finest programs in the country.
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larger class sizes for doctors, running more of them through the paper mill .. ... didn't I read that doctors already kill more people in this country than guns do?