3 Things to Know for Monday, April 10

Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy administers the swearing in of Neil Gorsuch. (Courtesy of AP/Evan Vucci)

San Bernardino shooting:

  • On Monday, multiple people were shot at North Park School in San Bernardino, California. As of Monday afternoon, four persons were shot in the elementary school classroom in an apparent murder-suicide. Two adults are dead, and two students are currently being hospitalized.

Gorsuch sworn into Supreme Court:

  • New Supreme Court Justice Neil Gorsuch was sworn in Monday morning. In the ceremony, President Trump said Americans would see Gorsuch as “a man who is deeply faithful to the constitution of the United States.” He is filling the nearly 14-month vacancy after the death of Justice Antonin Scalia, who served for nearly three decades before his death in February of last year.

Larry Atkins seminar:

  • Adjunct Professor Larry Atkins lead a seminar in Annenberg Hall on Monday on how journalists can be savvy media consumers in the age of advocacy and fake news. Those who attended learned about how to critique the media and see both sides of all stories, which promotes objectivity.

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