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Subject A Dartmouth College STUDENT May Have To Give Up Her Dream Of College, Due To Being STALKED By A MADMAN But UNABLE To Carry A GUN.
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A 20 year old Dartmouth college student may have to give up her dream of college due to a madman stalking her.

He has stalked her for years, and is presently in prison for doing so. Yet, she knows this could change, and she knows if it does, he will come after her.

He has showed up on her doorstep and seems to know every move she makes.

She has dealt with him for years, and now it is time to go out on her own to college. She is wondering now is she will be able to handle that without being able to carry a gun.

The College will not allow her to carry a gun on campus, even though she lives in fear of a man who has been stalking her since she was a high school student in San Diego.


Many colleges across the country have banned guns on campus to prevent mass shootings and accidental shootings by irresponsible or inebriated students. But the pro-gun rights Crime Prevention Research Center, in a study published on Monday, said there have been no reported problems or issues with college-age permit holders on campuses in the nine states – Colorado, Florida,Wisconsin, Utah, Pennsylvania,Oregon, Mississippi, Kansas and Idaho – whose laws mandate that students and others be permitted to carry concealed handguns on public college grounds.

“There’s this fear about the possibility of students causing problems, but people talk about these things without actual examples,” the center’s president, John Lott, told FoxNews.com. “By far, the safest course of action is to carry a gun for protection, especially for female victims.”

“[Woolrich] has legitimate concern,” he added. “There’s only so much a restraining order can do.”

Woolrich says Dartmouth’s Department of Safety and Security told her that instead of carrying a gun, she should call campus security and arrange for an escort if she felt unsafe after dark. But she says she was often asked to justify her requests when she called, and security officers gave her a hard time for calling often.

“What they don’t understand is that it’s not enough,” she says. “Stalkers just don’t only show up after dark. Unless they have an armed guard in front of my dorm room, I'm not sure how safe I will be. I don’t think there’s much an unarmed guard can do.”
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