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July 30, 2007
Catherine Riggall, the university's vice president of business affairs, told The Globe and Mail: "In today's world, even the perception of tolerance of guns and gun violence is seen as a negative. This is the last university in the country to have a gun range on campus.... it's just not seen as a priority activity." Kristofer Coward, a graduate student in mathematics who is among the 400 members of the rifle and revolver clubs at the university, told the paper that "the big distinction is that shooting is a politically incorrect sport."
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