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UPDATE: The meeting is closed to the media and the public.

ORIGINAL STORY:

SPOKANE, Wash. - Gonzaga University will hold its first conversation about their existing weapons policy on December 3rd at 6:30, the school announced. The decision to discuss the policy comes after two current students confronted a home intruder with a weapon, which is against policy because they live in a university residence, off campus.

The current policy says there are to be no weapons on campus or at any university residence.    Following this meeting in December the school plans for a series of forums taking place in the beginning of January.

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