Remembering Columbine

Ten years ago today, America reeled at the news of a massacre at Columbine High School. Much has been written since then about the issue of school violence and the best ways to prevent it. Here are a few articles on the topic that I think make for worthwhile reading a decade later:

One Response to “Remembering Columbine”

  • Hopefully America and the world have learned from this tragedy. Hopefully we won’t be so quick to point the blame at the wrong thing.
    The media also need to be reserved and just report, and not make false statements.
    High school is not a fun or easy place to be, but there are better ways to solve your problem. Kids and people in general have access to guns, alcohol and drugs, which all seem like a good solution to any problems they are facing. But these things are only a bandage, and the original problem will still remain, wont they sober up.
    A wise man once said, “There are only 2 choices in life, whether it is nobler in the mind to suffer the slings and arrows of outrages fortune. Or, to take up arms against a sea of troubles, and by opposing end them.