Walk the bustling halls of Aztec High School in northwest New Mexico and at first glance you might think nothing is wrong. Banners promote the Aztec Tigers girls' softball schedule. Students roughhouse out on the basketball courts. But talk to kids for just a few minutes and it's clear all of that is on the surface. They're hurting. "I feel like my security has been taken away from me," says Sarah Gifford. Three months ago, the 17-year-old junior was in the hallway just a few minutes before a 21-year-old gunman, who'd posed as a student, walked up and down firing randomly. He killed two students before turning the gun on himself as police closed in. "I don't even go to the mall or Walmart the same way because I'm scared someone's just gonna come...
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After A Deadly Shooting, School Moves On But The Trauma Remains