Posts Tagged ‘Galen Gibson’

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Survivor Guilt

By Sarah Tomlinson | April 24, 2015 | Year’s later the echo of a school shooting lives on. For me, December 14th will always be the day my college classmate, Wayne Lo, purchased an SKS semi-automatic assault rifle and rampaged across the campus of Simon’s Rock, the early college we attended. By the time […]

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My essay, OUR SCHOOL SHOOTING, is up on Salon this week. I felt a familiar, creeping dread when I saw the first mention of the July shooting in Aurora, Colorado, on Twitter and again not two weeks later when I read newspaper reports about the massacre at a Sikh temple in Wisconsin. It had been even […]

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