“March For Our Lives” Students Spark Hope

March 29, 2018 0

Julia Walters Staff Writer “Welcome to the revolution.” This is one of the first phrases I heard by student speaker Cameron Kasky while attending the March For Our Lives rally in Washington D.C. this past

Americans love school shootings

February 22, 2018 2

Carl E Schulz Staff Writer In the wake of a shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida, which left 17 students and staff dead, Americans once again began the cyclical routine we

Debating for firearms

September 11, 2013 0

Franklin Herr Staff Writer Of all the skirmishes further dividing the American public, few have proven to be more polarizing than that of the current ‘gun control’ discussion. Firearms, as a whole, have gotten a

Middle ground on gun control

February 20, 2013 0

Christian Harding Staff Writer Over the past few months, several different opinions have been voiced about what should be done in regards to the proper regulation and usage of automatic weapons. While I don’t pretend

No place for guns in school

February 13, 2013 0

Sam Dutton Opinion Editor Imagine sitting in a classroom watching the “class clown” laying down his latest prank. The class erupts in laughter and the teacher glares in frustration…she is at the end of her

A virtual explanation for a real problem

February 13, 2013 0

Theodore R. Griffiths Staff Writer There is one group of Americans who fear the future more than the rest of us: Republican gun owners. They toss and turn at night, sweating through their sheets, screaming

Don’t shoot: Gun violence national dilemma

October 24, 2012 0

Aaron Sanders Staff Writer Last Thursday was an unpredictable day. I finished a rigorous afternoon after a weekly meeting with The Snapper staff. As I left the lower level of the SMC, a friend told