Pitzer College ranked among best schools fighting gun violence

College Values Online, a website ranking higher education schools, programs, and college features, recently revealed that Pitzer College ranked among its top 30 institutions that work to improve public safety from gun crime without impeding one’s constitutional rights.

The entry on Pitzer College highlighted efforts by alumna Nurjahan Boulden, a gun violence survivor who has developed a gun violence prevention and recovery program for schools and other organizations; professor Halford Fairchild’s 2016 book, “(Re)Solving Violence in America,” which aims to resolve gun violence issues in America; and the college’s past rallies and events that bring attention to gun violence prevention.

“Cappex considers Pitzer College to be one of the best colleges in America for advocacy and social activism. College Magazine names it the 10th best school for activists. Unigo ranks it as the third most politically active school in the US. The Princeton Review considers the college to have the fourth most politically active students,” the CVO entry concluded.

To read Pitzer’s entry or view the other 29 schools, visit collegevaluesonline.com/colleges-reduce-gun-violence.


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