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Richmonders on both sides of the gun debate made their voices heard on Jan. 29 at the Richmond Times-Dispatch’s “Public Square Forum,” a monthly discussion between the public and experts on topics of public interest.

Audience members were barred from bringing firearms to the forum but members of the VCU chapter of Students for Concealed Carry attended the forum. The group started at VCU in 2009 to promote the idea of students and faculty members having the right to carry a concealed weapon on campus if they have a permit.

Published by The Commonwealth TImes

Many students use services like Rate My Professor. The site, where students review professors on a scale of one to five based on how difficult the professor is, how clearly they explain concepts and other criteria. It’s a way for students to let their voices be heard — but how does a service like Rate My Professor compare to the university-administered teacher evaluations when it comes to implementing the feedback?