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Editorial: Santorum surrenders to chaos on gun control

A demonstrator participates in the March For Our Lives rally, in which protesters demanded stricter gun control laws Saturday morning. (Photo by Thomas Yang | Visual Editor)

By The Pitt News Editorial Board

March 27, 2018

For most of the participants at anti-gun violence marches in cities across the country Saturday, there was a broad agreement: Gun laws are currently too lax, and we need to tighten them up to avoid future carnage. Some people, however, were busy proposing bizarre alternatives to gun control. ...

‘We’re fed up:’ Thousands demand action against gun violence in Pgh march

Students and other demonstrators lead the Pittsburgh's March for our Lives Saturday afternoon. (Photo by Thomas Yang | Visual Editor)

By Kenan Meral | For The Pitt News

March 24, 2018

More than 30,000 people marched through Downtown Saturday afternoon, chanting “enough is enough” and “books not bullets” and waving signs with slogans such as, “If kids are old enough to get shot, they’re old enough to have opinions.” The Pittsburgh March For Our Lives, like others held in Washingt...

SGB promotes March For Our Lives

SGB President Max Kneis discussed the upcoming March For Our Lives event Saturday. (Photo by Thomas Yang | Visual Editor)

By Madeline Gavatorta | Staff Writer

March 21, 2018

Members of Student Government Board supported the March For Our Lives rally Tuesday, with President Max Kneis supported calling it a way for young people to show civic engagement. “I think it’s a really important issue for young people to be involved with,” Kneis said at the public meeting....

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