The Guilfordian

Beautifully disturbing: ‘Joker’ nails iconic character

Aaron Eisenberg, Opinion Editor

November 11, 2019

In an era where comic book movies rule the box office, the very art form of cinema has been put into question. Celebrated director Martin Scorsese has said that these movies aren't true cinema, and many agree. Whether this is movie snobbery or the unbreaking will of true artistry depends on who you ask...

Caf, schmaf. The Grill is Snack God

Matthew Climingbear, Staff Writer

November 11, 2019

 As we all know, the cafeteria went through renovations from last year into this past summer. The Grill has gone through its own renovation since last year as well. The Grill has been missing some key elements from its original venue. Certain snacks such as Snickers, Hersheys and Kit Kats, as well ...

Is ‘Big Mouth’ a new medium of sexual education for kids today? Or just another cringey cartoon?

Tyler Patterson, Staff Writer

November 11, 2019

We all know and love the hilarious, graphic and fun show called Big Mouth, but how much are we getting from it? The show is about middle schoolers going through puberty and learning about sex and sexual terms. They go into depth about sexual health in a funny and, for some, problematic way.  I l...

Launch of Guilford Edge starts school year in delightful fashion

Lucas Collazo, Staff Writer

November 11, 2019

Guilford College has undergone many changes over the past couple of months in terms of renovation, scenery and renovation. However, one of the biggest changes that this school has experienced so far is the development of the new and improved Guilford Edge. One of these changes in particular was how t...

The fine line of protest police; the College attempts to find a balance

Nathan Johnson, Staff Writer

November 7, 2019

Hundreds of students gathered outside Founders Hall. Some carried signs that said, “When PSAFE can’t keep us safe, we keep us safe,” all holding indignant feelings in their hearts. Although it has seemingly been two years since a student was sexually assaulted on campus, the ramifications of t...

Dubya ain’t all that, Ellen

Ramya Krishna, Staff Writer

November 7, 2019

What do you know about George “Dubya” Bush, former Texas governor, polarizing president and now artist for veterans? You may remember that his administration was responsible for the Iraq War and the No Child Left Behind Act, but most of all, his “Bushisms.” These included incorrect phrasing, word usag...

Presence of police on a small private campus: Should the Guilford student body be worried?

Elanna Reber, Staff Writer

November 7, 2019

Recently students on Guilford College campus received a text saying that a “North Campus apartment was broken into by 4-5 individuals, and a student was assaulted … Public Safety and Greensboro Police responded to the scene.” The question for me is are Guilford students safe on campus? Emilia Mosco...

Stephen King, chapter two: A controversial resurgence

Emma Smith, Staff Writer

November 7, 2019

The King of Horror, Stephen King, has been reappearing in the media lately. He has recently released the movie sequel of “The Shining,” and fans are squirming with the heebie-jeebies. Other recent releases of King in the last few years include “Gerald’s Game,” “1922,” “In the Tall Gra...

Your weekly horoscope: What is your perfect Halloween costume?

Your weekly horoscope: What is your perfect Halloween costume?

Lana Heltzel, Editor-in-Chief

October 28, 2019

Look at yourself. A little less than two weeks until Halloween, and you don’t have a costume idea, do you? Before you cop out and buy a Harley Quinn costume from Hot Topic, consider letting the stars guide your path to Spirit Halloween. Here is your ideal costume, astrologically. Aries: World-r...