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College students are concerned about campus security after recent shootings

MEMPHIS, Tenn. — This week’s shooting incidents have college students talking more about campus security.

The most recent shooting was in Savannah where a student was shot to death in the school’s student union building Thursday. 311 more words

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Fifteen Minutes of Infamy

When I was in middle school, my older stepbrother had a Nintendo 64 and the game “Goldeneye,” a first-person shooter adventure based on the James Bond film… 1,045 more words

The Biggest Threat To Journalists? It Could Be Their Next Door Neighbor

Earlier this week, Buzzfeed’s Katie Notopoulos posted a tweet to one of her most recent episodes of Internet Explorer, a podcast dedicated to Web findings and internet discussion (and more). 143 more words

Web Culture

Obama Administration urges Congress to act on gun control after WDBJ-TV slayings

In the aftermath of a bloody summer that saw two journalists slain on live television in Virginia and nine people massacred at a historic Black church in South Carolina, the Obama administration this week renewed calls for Congress to act on strengthening the nation’s gun laws, reports The… 266 more words

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Man gunned down on northwest Calgary street had history of drug trafficking

The man gunned down on a northwest Calgary street was a longtime, influential underworld figure once responsible for bringing large volumes of illegal drugs into the province. 812 more words

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Circular rambling on tragic situations, shootings, Roanoke and Chicago, society, a lack of simple solutions

On tragic situations like these, it’s very hard to figure out what to say that feels helpful.  What I’m referring to right now is the tragic loss of lives that happened in Roanoke Virginia, August 26, 2015. 1,358 more words

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Do I have to be a Republican to be a Christian?

Police brutality. Abortion videos. Shootings. These topics dominate the news circuits and social media. And with them come many interpretations. These generally* come from two perspectives: politically conservative people tend to defend the police, unborn babies, and gun rights, while politically liberal people tend to defend racial minorities, mothers’ rights, and gun control. 645 more words

Practical Theology