Students of Marjory Stoneman Douglas HS have composed an original song promising to stand tall forever and “shine.”
A massive student protest across America underscored the desire on their part to reconsider the nation’s gun laws.
Students and parents met with the president today to keep him informed about school safety and the need to something this time.
The New York Times has published an op-ed written by a student at Stoneman Douglas H.S. It’s a message about gun safety.
School-related shootings involve the firing of a gun in or near a school, college, university, or school bus. Getting worse.
Hate bias incidents are reportedly on the rise at Maryland’s flagship university. Why? What can or should be done?
The 2nd Amendment gives Americans the right to bear arms, but should “gun part,” like the bump stock used by Stephen Paddock, be banned?
Guns take an enormous toll on people’s lives, but treating gunshot wounds in our hospital ERs is inordinately expensive, new research finds.
Violence on college campuses isn’t anything new, but when it brings a dose of white supremacy, colleges sometimes can’t deal with it.
Should doctors be allowed to talk about health and safety issues with their patients freely? The 11th Circuit says yes.