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SCAD becomes first U.S. college to use 'gunfire detection technology'

Savannah College of Art and Design (SCAD) in Savannah, Georgia will soon be the first university to have a security layer based on “gunshot recognition technology” to help better protect the campus in the event of a shooting. 231 more words


Alleluia Verse

What follows is a guest post from Claire Nieman, a good friend of mine from Seattle Pacific and church. In it she reflects on birth, death, and Advent. 646 more words


Do Teachers Ever Encourage Bullying? Part Three: Rupture

Part Three of this segment of determining if teachers are ever responsible for encouraging bullying is a little different. In the book “Rupture,” by Simon Lelic, it’s the teacher who is bullied so much that he goes into his school with a gun and shoots people and not a student. 704 more words

Glorifying the antagonist.

I’d like to start off FWF with a serious post, but that doesn’t mean the entire blog’s intent is to be serious.

We recently were shocked by another school shooting… although I don’t know if shock is the right word anymore. 451 more words

My perspective on this topic

In my class, JOUR 3380, we had to pick a topic that we find interesting for a class blog project. I picked this topic because I wanted to know what can be done to prevent these tragedies from happening. 134 more words

Mass Shootings

New details revealed about Sandy Hook shooter

Two years after Adam Lanza opened fire at Sandy Hook, investigators revealed new details about why he did it.

Investigators found Lanza planned the attack and was… 45 more words

Mass Shootings


Last night I was in went to visit my hometown church were I lived, while staying with family for the holidays. It was very rewarding to me, there was a good message for all of us, and I reallly enjoyed seeing all my brothers and sisters in christ. 1,500 more words