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Maxie B’s serves Greensboro’s best homemade cupcakes

Lily Lou, Staff Writer

December 5, 2014

Within a strip mall, at 2403 Battleground Ave. lies Maxie B’s, a locally owned bakery glowing from the fairy lights wrapped around its pink and brown... READ MORE »»

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#justiceforjane movement ongoing

Clare Forrister, Staff Writer

December 5, 2014

“A lot of times state agencies just don’t know how to handle transgender people, so they do the easiest thing and put them away where they don’t... READ MORE »»

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Black Friday on Thanksgiving: the epitome of gluttony

December 5, 2014

I went Black Friday shopping. On Thursday. After finishing Thanksgiving dinner, my mother and I braved the frigid cold to visit the Walmart Supercenter... READ MORE »»

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Gender and sexual violence prevention poster campaign

Juliet Magoon, Staff Writer

December 5, 2014

Why do you stand against sexual violence? By the end of the semester, photographs of determined students, faculty and staff will be printed and made visible... READ MORE »»

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In loving memory of Rachel Leahy

Molly Schneider, Staff Writer, Family & Friends

November 21, 2014

On Nov. 4, the Guilford community lost Rachel Lindner Leahy ‘14. After fighting liver and kidney disorders for about two weeks, Rachel suffered a stroke... READ MORE »»

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Greensboro’s pot not as local as we think

Nicole Zelniker, Senior Writer

November 21, 2014

Throughout the United States, Mexican drug cartels sell marijuana to dealers, who in turn sell it to anyone willing to buy. Circulating in most major U.S.... READ MORE »»

#HandsUpWalkOut: students protest with Ferguson

#HandsUpWalkOut: students protest with Ferguson

Allison DeBusk, Managing Editor

“Mike Brown didn’t have to die. We all know the reason why. The system is guilty.” This was just one of the chants that echoed through campus on Dec. 1 as students dressed... read story

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Oligarchy threatens democracy in US

Banning Watson, Staff Writer

We the people or we the very rich few? Senator Bernie Sanders from Vermont recently joined scholars and activists in accusing the United States government of becoming less... read story

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New Pokémon games nostalgic and fun

Emma Rumpl, Staff Writer

On Nov. 21, I took a seat at a table in a Caribou Coffee and started a new file in Pokémon Omega Ruby, prepared for a new, yet familiar adventure in 3D. Instead, I was overcome... read story

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Black Friday on Thanksgiving: the epitome of gluttony

Black Friday on Thanksgiving: the epitome of gluttony

I went Black Friday shopping. On Thursday. After finishing Thanksgiving dinner, my mother and I braved the frigid cold to visit the Walmart Supercenter in Elkin, North Carolina Once... read story

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Deeper investigation exposes more dishonesty at Chapel Hill

Aubrey King, Staff Writer

Honor codes emblazon plaques and signs on campus buildings across the country. These codes seek to ensure that all attendees work hard for an honest education. However, often... read story

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