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Scary movies got you down? Check out some not-so-scary ones

Meghan Curley , Staff Writer October 22, 2021

Fall is here, complete with its signature spooks, freaks and pumpkin treats. For college students in post-quarantine, Halloween typically means scary movies and a gross amount of candy. However, if you’re...

Staff Editorial: Indigenous Peoples’ Day, the only holiday that should be celebrated on Oct. 11.

October 22, 2021

In the United States, two holidays are celebrated Oct. 11. One of those two is Columbus Day, which is one of 12 federal holidays created by Congress. This holiday celebrates Christopher Columbus landing...

Beloved Halloween attractions during COVID-19

Savannah Parks, Staff Writer October 22, 2021

In the midst of a global pandemic, the major question that we ask ourselves every day is: is it too soon to reopen the world? As Halloween approaches, is it too soon to open haunted houses, spooky trails...

The Texas abortion ban is a devious bill with destructive ends

Miles Kirkpatrick, Staff Writer October 15, 2021

Texas lawmakers may have just succeeded in demolishing abortion rights in the state. On Sept. 1, Senate Bill (SB) 8 went into effect, functionally outlawing abortions after the detection of a fetal heartbeat,...

Squid Game brings new life to an oversaturated genre

Rafael Alfaro , Staff Writer October 15, 2021

SPOILER WARNING Many say that money cannot buy happiness. Quite often, the media emphasizes that true friends and love are all you need to make true happiness a reality. However, money often blinds...

Staff Editorial: Choosing to keep our community COVID safe

October 15, 2021

Contrary to popular belief, rules are not meant to be broken.  The rules on and around campus regarding COVID-19, which are now the most lenient they have been since early March of 2020, were recently...

COVID isn’t over, so don’t act like it is

Jonathan Campbell, Staff Writer October 15, 2021

Guilford’s vaccine mandate goes into effect Oct. 15. While a large majority of the student population is currently vaccinated, all students will have been vaccinated or have a relevant medical/religious...

Staff Editorial—Preparing for fall: Self care

October 8, 2021

As faint traces of pumpkin fill the air, the leaves begin to change to beautiful hues of red and work piles up, we are reminded that fall is here, and it is time to buckle down. With so much happening,...

Online learning falls short, encourages disconnection

Rafael Alfaro, Staff Writer October 8, 2021

Online schooling has potential—or does it? During the COVID-19 pandemic, most schools opted to convert to a completely virtual setting. This included utilizing tools like Zoom, Google Meet, Google Classroom...

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