Tag: gun violence

Caring: The first step towards change

By ALEXANDRA TIRADO As a foreigner living in the United States and actively participating in its culture, I think I can say this with some confidence: U.S., you’re quirky as hell. Don’t get me wrong though America, you are a wonderful country. Even in this age and time, the U.S. still remains a socially responsible […]

Beyond gun violence

By MANI THANGADURAI Fifty-eight lives: extinguished. Over 500 people were left physically and mentally scarred last week from what is currently the deadliest shooting in U.S. history, barely a year after the dastardly shooting at Pulse nightclub in Orlando that claimed 49 lives and injured 58 others. Despite these atrocities, there is always obstruction in […]

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