Thanks, Al. I was thinking about the Tribble case throughout this whole thing but I remembered it was a matter of possession in the home rather than on carry on premises. In the Lewis-Clark State College Student Handbook we are intructed that the college prohibits firearms to a degree:
Firearms and Dangerous Weapons
BECAUSE OF THEIR RECOGNIZED DANGER, FIREARMS, ILLEGAL KNIVES, EXPLOSIVES,
CHEMICAL OR INCENDIARY DEVICES WILL NOT BE KEPT BY STUDENTS ON COLLEGEOWNED OR CONTROLLED PROPERTY IN STUDENT LIVING QUARTERS.
Possession of explosives, chemical or incendiary devices, loaded or unloaded firearms on campus, except
as expressly authorized by law or institutional policy, is prohibited. (The Lewiston City Code specifically
prohibits the discharge of any air rifle, pellet or BB gun within the city limits without obtaining a permit
from the Chief of Police.)
But again it mentions in student living quarters and makes exception for "expressly authorized by law"...