New York Times: Ewing quoted on growing number of teen "hit lists"

Release Date: March 22, 2007

An article in The New York Times on the growing number of "hit lists" being written by teenagers and found in schools around the country quotes Charles P. Ewing, professor of law, who said, "I wish I knew what was going on at this particular moment. It's like a fad. Something sets it off. One student does it. Other students do it. It becomes something that's popular to do." Go to article.

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