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What the lifted travel restrictions mean for the pandemic and the tourism industry

Miles Kirkpatrick , Staff Writer November 19, 2021

The floodgates opened at airports across the U.S. earlier this month as the White House lifted COVID restrictions on international travel. Tourists from more than 30 countries were previously barred from...

Talk Turkey to me!

Savannah Parks , Staff Writer November 19, 2021

During Thanksgiving, which happens to be one of my favorite holidays, we do not often think about how we can be judgmental, consciously or subconsciously, about the food being served. Each person has their...

Staff Editorial: The true history of Thanksgiving

November 19, 2021

Thanksgiving has been portrayed as a celebration of peace and cooperation between the Native Americans and white settlers, but is that perspective honest? In recent years, many publications have begun...

Thanksgiving or Christmas: is it too early to be singing carols?

Gabriela Vasquez, Staff Writer November 12, 2021

It’s finally the first day of November. Children exchange their post-trick-or-treating bounty with their classmates. Halloween candy is on sale at every store imaginable.  99.5 blasts holiday tunes...

Staff Editorial—House of Straight Privilege

November 12, 2021

The Intercultural Engagement Center’s House of Straight/Cis Privilege display in King Hall ran from Oct. 27 to Nov. 3 this year. The display, which took up two hallways, included 13 stations, each depicting...

Will we heal with the Build Back Better Act?

Miles Kirkpatrick, Staff Writer November 12, 2021

There are approximately 10 million unfilled jobs right now in the United States, which is indicative of the labor shortage wreaking havoc on the economy. The causes for this labor shortage are numerous...

Staff Editorial: Guilford’s past leadership and the road ahead

November 5, 2021

October ushered in another change in Guilford College’s leadership. On Oct. 6, an email from Board of Trustees Chair Ed Winslow announced the appointment of Kyle Farmbry as the College’s new president....

Remakes, sequels and the curse of franchise media

Jonathan Campbell, Staff Writer November 5, 2021

In the past decade, the idea of the remake has both blossomed and wilted, coupled with a secondary drive for creating sequels to properties both ancient and new. Remakes themselves aren’t a new concept,...

The Final Season of “On My Block”

Maria-jose Guerrero Hernandez, Staff Writer November 5, 2021

The long-awaited final season of “On My Block” finally aired on Oct. 4 on the streaming service Netflix. By this point, most people have seen the show's final episodes and there have been mixed opinions...

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