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#WhyIDidn’tReportIt lets victims share their stories of abuse

Gracie Warda, Assistant Online Editor

October 22, 2018

Bill Clinton. Al Franken. Ed Schrock. John Conyers. Donald Trump. Brett Kavanaugh. The number of politicians involved in non-consensual sex scandals is increasing by the day, and these allegations are pulling victims out of the woodwork to testify against their offenders. However, after years of silence...

Following the deadliest mass shooting in U.S. history, our nation isn’t doing enough to bring awareness to gun violence

Devon Mann, Co Print Editor in Cheif

November 7, 2017

In the wake of the shooting massacre at the Route 94 Harvest Music Festival in Las Vegas on Oct. 1, American lawmakers are continuing to take a passive stance against gun violence. When prompted about potential legislative action regarding gun control following the deadly situation, Senate Majority Leader...

Fenton’s new police chief Jason Slater discusses gun control, looking for a way to decrease violence

Carly Riggs and Gracie Warda

May 4, 2017

When former a Fenton student, Brady Morris, lost his life in a shooting incident he became part of the 48 percent of teens that are killed by another that the victim considered a friend according to crchealth.com. This loss, along with many others, highlights the dramatic increase in gun violence among...