University Provost Nancy Cantor visited the Senate Advisory Committee on University Affairs yesterday afternoon to discuss the administration”s reaction to the recently passed state law that will make it easier for Michigan residents to obtain a concealed weapons permit.

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SACUA Chairman Moji Naavab and Provost Nancy Cantor discuss faculty issues yesterday at the SACUA meeting in the Fleming Administration Building.<br><br>Joyce Lee/ Daily

“The current student code of conduct says the (Standard Practice Guide) would cover students and faculty but we would like that to cover visitors as well,” Cantor said.

To obtain a gun-free ordinance, the University would need to first insert a gun-free clause in the Standard Practice Guide the University”s set of operating policies. Then the Board of

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