Students at South participate in nationwide walkout

Sophomore Cordelia Williams holds a meaningful sign. She is an active believer in gun control. Photo by Colton Robertson

Sophomore Cordelia Williams holds a meaningful sign. She is an active believer in gun control. Photo by Colton Robertson


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Sophomore Lauren Randolph walks out to protest for stricter gun control. Photo by Colton Robertson

Junior Grant Geren and Isaac Colson participate in part of the antiprotest. Photo by Colton Robertson

On the 19th anniversary of the infamous shooting at Columbine High School, students nationwide joined forces in a school walkout in a form of gun control activism. Blue Springs South High School was one of the many schools all over the country that had students participate. Roughly 100 students from South walked out of school at 10 a.m. in order to stand out on the football field and take part in chants and hold signs in favor of action to improve school safety.

 

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