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United States stumbles drastically behind other countries in reforming gun laws

Michael Chen, General Associate March 27, 2019

Immediately after the mass shootings in Christchurch, New Zealand, last week, New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern was thrust onto the global stage. A face of grief and empathy, her compassion and...

Louisiana’s First Congressional District Candidates to come to Tulane for panel discussion

Louisiana’s First Congressional District Candidates to come to Tulane for panel discussion

Kila Moore, News Editor September 20, 2018

Tulane sophomore Sarah Tatarski and Women in Politics will host a Congressional Candidates Panel on Sunday, Sept. 23 in Myra Clare Rogers Memorial Chapel. The panel will consist of four of the...

In wake of Parkland shooting, arming teachers will prove impractical

Quinn Burke, Associate Views Editor March 9, 2018

The idea of arming teachers is a bold idea but not a new one. The Trump Administration first flirted with the idea of arming teachers back in January 2017 when Education Secretary Betsy DeVos mentioned...

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Pain of Parkland: Students mobilize against gun violence

Sanjali De Silva and Josh Axelrod March 1, 2018

Many Americans are all too familiar with the mass shooting cycle: public outrage, political inaction and then quiet after a few weeks. Parkland was different. According to Vox among others, the Parkland...

Trump's gun control stance shows hypocrisy on security

Trump’s gun control stance shows hypocrisy on security

Quinn Burke, Staff Writer October 18, 2017

Security has become a massive concern for many Americans. As shown by the Trump presidency, people will predictably advocate for whatever makes them feel more secure. Yet when it comes to policies promoting...

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