By Julia Wick, contributing writer
It was the deadliest high school shooting in U.S. history, until, of course, it wasn’t.
The legacy of Columbine loomed large in speeches and conversation among students on Friday.
But none of them had yet been born when Eric Harris and Dylan Klebold murdered their classmates and teacher, shocking the world. So what does Columbine mean to a generation of students who don’t remember a time before the normalization of school shootings?