Tag Archives: neveragain

Organizers reflect on the Everest walkout

By Anna Scherer and Natally Tapia Staff Writers The organizers of the Sequoia Union Walkout put their skills to use and grew as activists on the day they took a stand for school safety. On March 14, students from Everest Public High School and Summit Preparatory Charter High School participated in the National Walkout Day to protest gun violence. Everest

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Unheard voices join the gun control dialogue

By Annabelle Wilkinson Staff Writer Gun control has been a hot-button topic in recent news after the tragic Parkland shooting. On Feb. 14, when Nikolas Cruz opened fire at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, an action that left 17 dead, most people assumed that this mass shooting would follow the same pattern that every shooting in the United States follows.

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Tahoma says #NEVERAGAIN

By Kent Williams Staff Writer Following the school shooting in Parkland, Fla. on Feb. 14, there has been a resounding response from high school students across the country. On March 14, one month after the shooting, school walkouts took place across the country to protest gun violence and bring attention to the issue. At Summit Public School: Tahoma, a group

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Everest, and other Summit students, join nationwide walkout

By Ale Navarro, Rylee Storms and Jennifer Valencia Staff Writers Students from Everest Public High School joined the nationwide walkout on March 14, from 10 to 10:17, to pay respect to the 17 victims from the Parkland shooting. Students gathered in the front lot, stepping up to speak out about why they are passionate about having gun control. When each

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Everest students join nationwide walkout

By Katherine Enriquez, Ale Navarro, Esmeralda Pacheco and Rylee Storms Staff Writers A planned student-led walkout on Wednesday is the latest step in the #NeverAgain movement, a nationwide call for action in response to a deadly school shooting. On Feb. 14, 2018 in Parkland, Fla., 17 people were killed at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School by nineteen-year-old Nikolas Cruz.  Cruz

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