Where Do the Presidential Candidates Stand On Gun Control?

Nicholas Fronsaglia ’19 – Inside Politics Participant According to Mass Shooting Tracker, in 2015 there were 372 mass shootings (a shooting where four or more people were shot and/or killed, excluding the shooter), resulting in 475 deaths and 1,870 injuries. These numbers have brought gun violence and control to the forefront of American politics. Both […]

Student Op-Eds Week in Review

Week In Review: Ending This Madness: On Gun Control and Our Children’s Safety

Emilie Woods, ‘16 Over the past two months, the United States has been coping with the aftermath of the tragedy at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Connecticut on December 14th, 2012. While the families of the victims are still reeling, gun violence atrocities continue to occur. A little over a month later, on January […]