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Poway Synagogue Shooting

Governor Wolf Joins Pittsburgh in Mourning After Tragic Shooting in the Tree of Life Synagogue last October

Jacqueline C., Reporter

May 22, 2019

eOn Satuday, April 28th, an act of terror and not terrorism took place. In Poway, California, there was a deadly shooting at a local synagogue. Jewish worshippers and bystanders were simply gathering for the last day of Passover when the tragedy struck. Police have identified the shooter as nineteen-year-ol...

Should Teachers Be Armed?

Should Teachers Be Armed?

Logan D., Reporter

May 6, 2019

The threats of school shootings and school massacres have been very present in the new century. More and more violence within schools has increased the concern in many parents, teachers, and students. The question of when and where is a present question, but a more frequently asked question is, how can we p...

Thousand Oaks Shooting

The 12 victims of the Thousand Oaks Schooting

Jason M., Co-Editor-in-Chief

November 27, 2018

On Wednesday, November 8th, marine veteran Ian David Long opened fire inside the crowded Borderline Bar and Grill in Thousand Oaks, California. 12 were killed. Police first received a call of shots fired around 11:20 PM. Ian shot the guard outside of the bar and forced his way in. A young woman worki...

The Problem With School Shootings

Students protesting the lack of action within the United States government.

Young K., Editor in Chief

March 6, 2018

On Wednesday, February 14, America was exposed, once again, to the danger of school shootings. Although this problem has existed for decades, and arguments against gun control pop up, they eventually die down. The endless cycle of innocent deaths just continues and the government seems to do nothing ...

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