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Observations: Statistics show people are safer without anti-gun laws

Observations: Statistics show people are safer without anti-gun laws

November 28, 2018

On November 7, 2018, residents in Southern California were awakened by a devastating massacre that was carried out by a 28-year-old male. On this Wednesday night a Marine veteran opened fire in a country-western dance bar in Thousand Oaks and killed 13 people. The gunman opened fire the popular club,...

People speak out on gun control and violence

People speak out on gun control and violence

May 10, 2018

School is a haven for many, but whether it is safe is up for discussion.  “The uncertainty that students feel over their safety affects them emotionally and academically, with all of the mass shootings that have been occurring lately, it’s terrifying to know that students are risking their liv...

The Bug: Say no to arming staff members on campus

The Bug: Say no to arming staff members on campus

May 10, 2018

Photograph: Students interact in a classroom. Creative Commons license It is an essential concern for guardians to know that their children are always out of harm’s way. When they send them off to school, the students are expected to learn and make joyous memories with their classmates. No pa...

Spotlight: Students protest for gun control

Mauro Flores, Spotlight Columnist

April 11, 2018

Filed under Opinions

In the first 13 weeks of 2018 there were 10 school shootings -- about 1.4 shootings per week. Students from a high school decided to do something about this situation. The survivors from the Stoneman Douglas High School in Florida co-founded the “Never Again MSD” gun control organization and “March for Our Lives,” a march for gun control. Emma Gonzalez, a shooting victim and student, spoke at this march and paid her respects by remaining quiet for six minutes, which is how long the shooting took. “S...

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