I have several different kinds of entries fighting to be written about the recent deaths of young people, on junior high school and college campuses and in nearby communities, due to gun violence...
one political, about the need to fight the pro-gun advocates who want to force schools and colleges to allow guns on campus;
one lesbian feminist, engaging the ongoing and longlasting politics of violence against young women, gay men, and transgender teens, those who are in school and those who live and work outside the high school/college atmosphere; one emotional, sort of a "what the hell is happening to our young people when they can't even go to school without getting shot or shooting others?";
and another activist, wanting to encourage the state to support better mental health and criminal justice interventions.
I could argue about all of these positions simultaneously, because I believe that this rash of killings of junior high, high school, and college students involve so many factors.