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  This past year, full of horrific events like the Aurora shooting (July 2012), the Sandy Hook shooting (December 2012), the Boston Marathon bombings (April 2013) and the DC shootings (September 2013) has shown us how communities come together after times of tragedy to start the healing process and ensure remembrance. In the midst of tragedy, we have seen our community members look out for each other, care for each other, and mourn together. Emerson…

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  Just after 11am on April 20th, 1999, juniors Eric Harris and Dylan Klebold walked through the doors of Columbine High School in Littleton, Colorado armed with a pistol, a rifle and two sawed-off shotguns hidden beneath long black trench coats, carrying a pair of duffel bags filled with propane tank bombs. In the span of about 45 minutes, they went on a shooting rampage that killed 12 students and one teacher, and injured another…

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What did you think of columbinus? Did you attend any of the engagement opportunities? What did you walk away with? We’d love to hear your feedback on this production and anything related  to the topic by leaving a comment on this entry.

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  This note from our Director of Artistic Programs appears in the program for columbinus. We post it here to continue the conversation started by the Boston Globe over the weekend.   My Story By David Dower There is a house in my neighborhood that is guarded by a charming stone sentinel. It is a sculpture of a pig, seated placidly on his haunches, his gaze directed toward the street. He overlooks us all; our…

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  FILMS Bully (2011) The first feature-length documentary to be made in America about the subject, Bully follows a group of students and their families through an entire school year beginning on the first day. This character-driven, cinematic chronicling of the bullying crisis that effects more than 13 million schoolchildren in the US includes stories from parents whose children have committed suicide, a mother who is waiting on her daughter’s court sentencing for bringing a gun…

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