"An Idaho law that took effect July 1 allows students and faculty with ‘enhanced’ concealed carry permits to legally carry their firearms on campus at public universities.
While gun-rights advocates embrace the measure, signed into law by Republican Gov. Butch Otter in March, many professors oppose it, believing it might create an unsafe learning environment.
University of Idaho professor Jack Sullivan told the Spokesman-Review he believes guns on campus will create an environment that is not conducive to learning. But he admitted, ‘I still don’t know what’s permitted with the law that’s been passed.’"
(Via.) The College Fix