School Climate & Safety Opinion

The Sound Of Cell Phones

By Alexander Russo — May 07, 2007 1 min read
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“As the police cleared the bodies from the Virginia Tech engineering building, the cell phones rang, in the eccentric varieties of ring tones, as parents kept trying to see if their children were O.K.,” opens this searing reflection on violence and gun control Adam Gopnik in last week’s New Yorker (Shootings).

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