In an interview with the Akron Beacon Journal on April 25, 2018, Bennett said, "Kent State is one of the few schools in OH that decided that students wouldn't be permitted to open carry on campus while guests can".
Kaitlin Bennett posted the photo, which has more than 8,400 likes and 1,800 retweets, on Twitter Sunday night.
The Twitter universe was divided over the tweets from Kaitlin Marie where she is shown snapping graduate photos over the campus of Kent State University. There was a mix of support and opposition to Bennett's post.
Bennett told Fox News she wanted to condemn the school's "insulting" policies. "I find it insulting that the school values the lives of their guests more than those attending the university for four years".
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"Graduates are no longer considered students and would be permitted to open-carry, per the university policy", said Eric Mansfield, the school's executive director of media relations. She says, "It just made me more determined to promote gun rights on campus, and I figured what better way than to open carry a rifle after graduation and have a photo shoot".
Mansfield famous that KSU has a full-time, licensed police pressure of greater than 30 sworn officers who shield the campus and the college was lately ranked the most secure large school campus in OH and the 25th most secure within the nation, in accordance with Nationwide Council for House Security and Safety. She took major backlash online, including death threats from people who thought the picture was in incredibly poor taste. "As a lady, I refuse to be a sufferer & the second modification ensures that I haven't got to be".
"I've no apologies for my commencement pictures", she tweeted Tuesday.
Bennett sent out a follow-up tweet to clarify she was holding an AR-10 rifle, not an "assault rifle", after many lashed out at her.