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The noodle block of a Mama instant noodles, standard size. Ramen is one of the most popular foods for college students living in dorms or on a low budget. Commons: CreditLine

The horrors of eating on a college budget

Sable Ruffer, Staff Writer September 25, 2023

Ramen noodles —every college student’s favorite meal. But a healthy, thriving student can’t live on $3 noodles forever. It’s difficult to be a student and budget everything that needs to be...

Picket line formed by writers that are on strike in New York City. Outside, on location of the Marvel Studios Disney+ TV show, Daredevil: Born Again (filming/working title of Out the Kitchen). WikiCommons: Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International

Scripted standoff: The WGA’s fight to preserve creativity in Hollywood

September 25, 2023

Since May 2nd 2023, the screenwriters of the Writer’s Guild of America (WGA) have been unable to reach a labor agreement with film industry executives. Without a stockpile of pre-written episodes, late-night...

 New ‘Barbie’ logo for the movie; 
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‘Barbie:’ Sensationalism meets feminism

Mary Wicker, Opinion Editor September 11, 2023

A pop culture sensation, Greta Gerwig’s ‘‘Barbie’’ broke records and societal expectations for what should be considered a great inter-genre movie. Starring the sensational Margot Robbie,...

The double feature of juxtaposed films “Barbie” and “Oppenheimer” prompted a series of online images and videos made by fans combining the two aesthetics.

Atomic bomb vs. atomic blonde: ‘Barbenheimer’s’ twist on gender feuds

Abigail Mocharnuk, Staff Writer September 9, 2023

What do a man who invented a bomb to destroy whole countries and a controversial pink, plastic bombshell have in common? Obviously nothing. That is, until internet users combined the simultaneous release...

Guilford senior Kylexius Gwynn was among students, faculty and staff who enjoyed arcade-style games and other activities during Guilford Madness events on March 27-29, 2023.

Guilford Madness combined fundraising, fun and community for a win-win

Bryson Webb, Staff Writer April 27, 2023

Guilford College's annual Day for Guilford was upgraded this year to a three-day event called Guilford Madness, held March 27-29. The event allowed students, faculty, staff, alumni and supporters of the...

The trials of Guilfords trails

The trials of Guilford’s trails

March 31, 2023

The Guilford College website says the school's main trail, located behind the lake, “...combines sustainable building methods with Guilford's Underground Railroad Project.” However, it can sometimes...

Why womens stories deserve to be heard, celebrated

Why women’s stories deserve to be heard, celebrated

March 24, 2023

It’s likely that most college students have seen an interview conducted by Barbara Walters, read a novel by Jane Austen or Toni Morrison or seen one of Viola Davis’s captivating performances on screen. But...

Benches in Glasgow Square were covered with candles and flowers in honor of Brianna Ghey, a victim of transphobic violence.

Why does the media have trouble covering transphobic violence?

Caroline Boone, Staff Writer March 3, 2023

Brianna Ghey was 16 years old, and according to her family, she was “beautiful, witty, and hilarious.” “She was a larger than life character who would leave a lasting impression on all that met...

The “Harry Potter” franchise is one of the most profitable in the world, with the films alone grossing a total of $9.7 billion.

‘Hogwarts Legacy’ game sparks conversations about prejudice

Alex Souvignier, Staff Writer March 3, 2023

With the release of “Hogwarts Legacy,” the newest “Harry Potter” game developed by Avalanche Software, the conversation about J.K. Rowling’s prejudice and controversial beliefs continues. In...

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