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Spring IRL: The world after Parkland

Spring IRL: The world after Parkland

Insiders from 30 different schools gathered at Grand Park in Downtown Los Angeles to speak with LA Times reporters and fellow students about school shootings on Saturday, April 28. Young people have entered the national zeitgeist since the Parkland Shooting, with...

Op-Ed: 19 years after Columbine

Op-Ed: 19 years after Columbine

In the year 1999, many of the students in high schools today were merely a thought. Our parents were too busy living their lives or dealing with our older siblings. And mass shootings at schools were the least of their worries. Until Columbine. On this fateful day 19...

Opinion: Take us seriously

Opinion: Take us seriously

Cell phones, social media and slackers. Welcome to Generation Z. Or at least what they say we are. On February 14, 17 students were murdered at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Fla. The aftermath of the event was fueled with the passionate activism of...

Opinion: Live Streaming Shows Reality of Shootings

Opinion: Live Streaming Shows Reality of Shootings

Valentine's Day for Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Fla. was extremely devastating. Nineteen-year-old Nickolas Cruz made his way into the high school, took aim and pulled the trigger. Seventeen lives were lost with others wounded. During the event...

Instructions: Break glass in case of school shooting

Instructions: Break glass in case of school shooting

2018 has become one very notable year, ranging from Trump’s Presidency to North and South Korea’s disputes. Perhaps one of the biggest topics in the United States this year is gun control. The call for gun control has been an issue that’s existed for almost two...

The Future of Guns In America

The Future of Guns In America

March 14, 2018 marked the day students across the United States walked out of their classes for 17 minutes to honor the 17 children shot dead in the Stoneman Douglas High School shooting, but...

Photo story: Granada Hills Charter says #ENOUGH

Photo story: Granada Hills Charter says #ENOUGH

On Wednesday, March 14, Granada Hills Charter High School students, teachers and staff came together to say enough. Enough school shootings. Enough gun violence. Enough inaction. After 17 students were killed at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, GHC students...

School Shootings: A New Fear and the Copycat Effect

School Shootings: A New Fear and the Copycat Effect

School shootings have become an increasingly prevalent issue nationwide, with the United States leading in the highest number of school related shootings in the world. Because of these horrendous attacks, parents, students, teachers and administrators are living in...

Marcha por nuestras vidas: 17 minutos

Marcha por nuestras vidas: 17 minutos

Después de la tragedia que ocurrió el pasado 14 de febrero, los estudiantes sobrevivientes del a la escuela preparatoria Marjory Stoneman Douglas en Parkland, Fla. se organizaron en protesta en contra del uso de armas militares con el hashtag #NeverAgain, o Nunca...