A harrowing recount of a senior’s life-changing Christmas

Jake Breedlove

April 4, 2018

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I was ready for these kinds of situations. I’d had some experience in the past with what was about to happen, but nothing as heart wrenching as this. With my chest pounding and my mind racing, I sprinted inside the house, st...

Student marches for her life against gun violence

Sarah Davis

March 28, 2018

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On March 24, an estimated 20,000 Austinites gathered downtown for March For Our Lives, a national march protesting gun violence. I traveled by bus with my church group to be a part of the movement. The march was sparked by Marjor...

It’s time for common sense gun measures

Conor O'Bryon

March 9, 2018

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Columbine: 13. Sandy Hook: 26. Marjory Stoneman Douglas: 17. School and other mass shootings draw the nation’s attention in horror and sympathy for the innocent victims of such violence. In such times of tragedy we come togeth...

“What’s Your Problem?”

Sarah Davis

January 19, 2018

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My mom told me a story one day when I came home from school visibly distressed. A white boy behind me on my bus ride home had used the n-word six times in a two-minute time period. I was beyond angry and bothered by his ignorance...