“Personally, I was surprised to hear the bipartisan undertones of the president’s remarks,” said, Kinnon McGrath, president of the UM College Democrats.
The sun rose over Parkland, Florida on Feb. 14, 2018, with kindred spirits and an amorous air. By 2 p.m., Valentine’s Day in Parkland became a day that no longer yearned for heart-shaped chocolates. It yearned for 17 families and a nationwide epiphany on gun control. Seventeen lives were ended almost one year ago by…
Their names appear on a list of nearly 2,500 law professors who’ve deemed Kavanaugh unfit for the Supreme Court.
The cynical side of me couldn’t help but wonder what Nike had to gain from openly supporting such a polarizing figure.
McCain’s achievements continue to be remembered, even by those too young to vote in the 2008 elections. Micaela Stoner, president of the UM College Republicans, said McCain’s presidential campaign was the first she was old enough to follow, and said she rooted for him to win.
The City of Miami Beach was host to one of the more than 840 organized March For Our Lives events around the world advocating for gun control.
It’s been a topic of discussion for decades: gun control. The debate has resurfaced with stronger force – widening the divide among students.
UM students and MSD alumni reflect, amid grief and anger, on their alma mater and the resilience of their community after one of the deadliest mass shootings in U.S. history.
It’s been almost a week since the deadliest school shooting in Florida’s history occurred last week, leaving 17 dead and more than a dozen injured. Now, there’s a renewed focus on safety, locally and nationwide, and unlike in other mass shootings, the conversation has been sustained by student-led efforts.