A candid conversation with a professor who's actually done the work.
“I need to get the biggest fatality number I possibly can."
Bunny Rogers' first museum solo show sees the young artist conclude her exploration of the Columbine School Shooting.
Bunny Rogers’ latest exhibition examines the lasting impacts of a cultural cataclysm.
Unge kvinder fantaserer om at date morderne. De portrætterer dem og analyserer deres digte. Nogle er fysisk tiltrukket af de voldelige handlinger – andre forsøger at få afløb for deres ensomhed og vrede.
I'm not revolted when I scroll through the adoring Columbine posts. They often appear in between photos of self-harm wounds and missives about loneliness. Instead, I feel pangs of sadness, pity, and on a bad day, recognition.
We remain reluctant to address gun violence head-on, and often only seem to discuss it when the victims and shooters are both middle-class whites.
Tom Mauser lost his son in the massacre at the Colorado high school 16 years ago and has some ideas about how to go on after the shooting of two journalists on live TV in Virginia.
Unpleasant, sure, but also completely genius.
In 2012, James Holmes opened fire in an Aurora, Colorado movie theater, killing 12 people. But does he deserve to die?
"Columbiners" are mostly young people who often have violent or suicidal thoughts along with a passionate interest in serial killers.