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Aug. 20, 2007
Anytime a tragedy occurs we ask ourselves how it could have happened and how it can be prevented from ever happening again. So in the aftermath of the Virginia Tech massacre, gun rights advocates began calling for the repealing of…

April 24, 2007

By CLAIRE ST. AMANT
Staff writer
In the wake of the Virginia Tech tragedy, questions of "why" are rivaled only by those of "what if."

What if counseling centers where Cho Seung-Hui was referred could've done more? What if…

April 25, 2007

By BRIAN BATEMAN
Until last Monday, the only things I knew about Virginia Tech University were that it was located in Virginia and the school colors -- orange and maroon -- were ugly.

Maybe that's because they are the…

April 26, 2007

By CLAIRE ST. AMANT
Staff writer
Even in the Garden of Eden, questions of evil abounded. Thousands of years later, we are still wrestling with the issue of depravity and the nature of evil.

The tragedy at Virginia Tech…

Aug. 20, 2007
By Claire St. Amant

City editor


In Texas, it isn't surprising to see cowboy hats, belt buckles and boots glistening under the sun. But there's one piece missing from the cowboy ensemble when Texans mosey on over to…

Aug. 28, 2007
The article "Students fight for guns on campus" by Claire St. Amant was amazing. I feel she showed the views of both sides without offending either.

With that said, I noticed the editorial "Gun groups gone wrong."

This…

April 24, 2007

By KATY MATLOCK
Contributor
Before April 16, the topic of stress at Baylor University could have provoked yawns in its predictability.

With final exams, social pressures and looming career goals as the ingredients, stress was…

April 17, 2007

By IDA JAMSHIDI
Reporter
Government officials are calling it the deadliest rampage in the history of the United States.

Virginia Tech University was the site of a mass shooting Monday, leaving at least 33 people dead,…
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