Coast Guard Foundation Awards 128 Scholarships
Founded to support the education of United States Coast Guard members and their families, the Coast Guard Foundation has awarded more than $5.4 million during its existence.
Hillsdale College Supports the Second Amendment
Not all institutions of higher learning eschew the shooting sports. Read here to learn how Hillsdale College is breeding the next generation of firearm enthusiasts.
Springfield Armory Announces Partnership With Hillsdale College
Springfield Armory announced its support of Hillsdale College's shooting-sports program with a tailored video that highlights the school's mission and its growing Action Shooting Sports Team.
Iowa College Sticks to its Guns
The board of trustees for a small, private college in Iowa has voted to continue its endorsement of a student shooting sports club, despite receiving pressure from some anti-gun alumni, including a former U.S. Senator and his wife.
West Virginia University, a Dynasty in NCAA Rifle
With 15 national championships to its credit the WVU Mountaineers have dominated NCAA Rifle competition.
Idaho Campus Carry Bill Signed by Governor
Idaho joins a growing list of states that recognize the right to keep and bear arms on college campuses. In Idaho it will be legal for concealed-carry permit holders to carry on campus.
NCAA Reverses Ruling, Marine Eligible to Play College Football
After days of heated criticism from military and veteran groups, the organization governing college sports reversed itself and announced an athlete who served in the U.S. Marine Corps will be eligible to play as a walk-on for the Middle Tennessee State University football team this season.
Campus Carry Gains Momentum in Pennsylvania, Texas
Kutztown University to allow concealed carry on campus, while the Texas legislature debates legalizing carry at public universities.
Concealed Carry Permitted on 206 U.S. College Campuses
As 2012 draws to a close, law-abiding citizens who hold valid concealed-carry permits issued by their respective states may now legally carry firearms for personal protection on more than 200 college campuses across the U.S.
Concealed-Carry Course Taught at Illinois College
Illinois may be the only state where persons are prohibited from legally carrying firearms for personal protection under the Second Amendment to the U.S. Constitution, but this weekend some state residents will be qualifying for a permit to legally carry in 31 other states at a course offered by a college in Galesburg.