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Actor/Director Bill Paxton dies at 61

Actor/Director Bill Paxton dies at 61

Nate McManus, Contributing Writer
March 7
Filed under Archives, News, Web Exclusive

Beloved actor and director Bill Paxton passed away at the age of 61. The versatile actor tragically lost his life after complications from surgery on February 25, 2017. Paxton was known for his prolific acting and lighthearted wit. The famed actor died by the side of his wife of thirty years, Louise...

Pop music 2016: the downers and dirges

Pop music 2016: the downers and dirges

Lana Heltzel, Contributing Writer
March 5
Filed under Archives, Opinion

2016 was a brutal year for pop music. The industry lost some of its most iconic stars— David Bowie, Prince, George Michael etc. and the year’s chart-toppers seemed to match the mood. Defined largely by downtempo and turning towards a detached, electronic sound (EDM seems to be the trend of the future),...

Democrats redefine state’s rights, expose republicans

Democrats redefine state’s rights, expose republicans

Ian Penny, World & Nation Editor
March 5
Filed under Archives, Opinion

“States’ rights” is often seen as a pejorative code word, and not without good reason. In the antebellum South, the phrase was used by slave owners to justify their “peculiar institution.” Less than century after slavery was abolished, many rallied behind states’ rights as a means to resist...

Students speak out, ask for administrative support

Students speak out, ask for administrative support

Nicole Zelniker, Editor-in-Chief
February 28
Filed under Archives, News, Top Stories

On Feb. 24, Integrity for Guilford hosted a speak-out protest in front of Founders Hall. The event began at 1 p.m. with chants led by organizers. Chants included “From Palestine to Mexico, border walls have got to go” and “P-O-W-E-R, we got the power because we are the collective.” Sophomore ...

The Anti-Grammys: Who should have won

The Anti-Grammys: Who should have won

Nate McManus, Contributing Writer
February 26
Filed under Archives, In Print, Opinion

It’s about that time of the year again where the Grammys shake up the world of the music industry. From the nominations to the performances, this year’s event brought a type of intensity that has been seen throughout Grammy history time and time again. In this year’s Grammy awards, some artists...

Internet both Westernizing and opening new lines of communication

Internet both Westernizing and opening new lines of communication

Meghana Iragavarapu, Features Editor
February 25
Filed under Archives, In Print, World & Nation

“I spend about six hours on the internet per day,” said Early College student Justin Kerr. “I use the internet for almost everything: homework, enjoyment, pleasure, looking at stuff, gaming. I don’t remember a time when there wasn’t internet. I’m only 17.” The invention of the World...

Artist’s work offers insight into black history

Artist’s work offers insight into black history

Sylvia Wang, Contributing Writer
February 24
Filed under Archives, Features, In Print

For the past month, Michaela Pilar Brown’s artwork, ranging from a massive installation of found objects to deeply personal staged photographs of herself, has been on display in the Guilford College Art Gallery located in Hege Library. Her exhibition, entitled “Burying Seeds,” focuses on the...