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The names of the victims from the shooting at Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, Texas are listed illustrating the number of lives lost in a singular school shooting.

Editorial: We need to end Gun Violence in schools

The tragedy of the Robb Elementary School shooting in Uvalde, Texas occurred on May 24, 2022, when 18-year-old Salvador Ramos opened fire killing 19 children and two teachers and wounding 16 others. Earlier...

We value and stand with those who support LGBTQ+ day of silence.

Editorial: Silence your voice to help others be heard

Our eyes open to the sunlight. We rise out of our beds. Silence.  Today is the LGBTQ+ day of silence. Across the country, people will be silent for the duration of their day representing the silencing...

As student journalists, it is our job to amplify the voices of our teen community. If no one says it, we will.

Editorial: We amplify your voices

The Stampede Editorial Board
February 25, 2022

We find the facts. We write the facts. We speak the facts.  This week is Scholastic Journalism Week, and we are focused on amplifying voices. We amplify our own voices; especially the student community...

In honor of Student Press Freedom Day, The Stampede staff spent time reflecting on why journalism is important.

30 creators and one mission: Student Press Freedom Day reinforces our work as journalists with press freedom

The Stampede Editorial Board
February 22, 2021

Student Journalists are not just the connection between the students and school. We are the glue that holds our community together. Friday is national Student Press Freedom Day, and it is another reminder...

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