What if the Tsarnaevs Had Been the “Boston Shooters”?: The New Yorker This article poses a very thought-provoking question about the choice of weapons used in the Boston Marathon tragedy, and the implications it has on our reactions. Tell us what you think!
Exactly one week ago, what should have been a celebratory day for over 23,000 Boston Marathon runners became a day of tragedy. Today, we reflect on the past week, reading personal accounts of a day that will be remembered forever. Angela Zablotny is a Boston College sophomore who started the Marathon, but was stopped a half mile away … Continue reading