Ten years ago, the name of a suburban-Denver high school, Columbine, became synonymous with school shootings--a crisis that continues to afflict society today.


Although at the time it was not the most deadly of campus shootings--a 1966 shooting at the University of Texas, Austin left 16 dead and 31 wounded--this event seared itself into our collective consciences as we struggled to understand how and why two teenagers were able to kill 15 people (including themselves) and injure another 24 students and teachers.


As we approach the tenth anniversary of that day, it is appropriate to review what happened and what we have...

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