Sebastian Bryant
The Radnor Township School district is entrusted with the lives Radnor students and it is a dereliction of their responsibility to the safety of these children to merely wait complacently for some fix-all piece of legislation to magically solve the problems which now ail American society.

Lena Armstrong
Unified by white shirts and a mission for change, Radnor High School students will gather from 10 am to 10:17 am to spend 17 minutes mourning the loss of 17 lives. The purpose of this walk-out is to show the unification of the youth of America, not only reflecting on the loss of other students, but also making a public stand against the school shootings and lack of gun regulation.

In another installment of Letters from Texas, our out-of-state correspondent, Jacob Hendon, contrasts the current youth perception of current events with his grandparent’s teenage years, “My grandparents weren’t constantly blasted with information. They did not sleep a foot away from a phone that relayed some of the most terrifying news to them.”