The Guilfordian

Pain mended by return of Jonas Bros

Pain mended by return of Jonas Bros

Mei Lander, Staff Writer

March 22, 2019

Oh, My Jonas. They are officially back! Anyone who was or still is a fan of the Jonas Brothers back in the early 2K’s probably already knows that the brothers are back together and continuing their music career. On Nov. 5, 2005, the brothers released their first album together. From their first sin...

Milner Hall life is something that needs to preserved

Milner Hall life is something that needs to preserved

Aaron Eisenberg, Staff Writer

March 22, 2019

Over the past year, it seems like things have changed at Guilford. Most tediously, the walk past Milner. Whereas before one might have enjoyed a slightly faster walk with a view of that prison courtyard, we have been corralled into a single sidewalk down a street with chain-link fences. It’s a fairly minima...

Fleetwood Mac concert invokes nostalgia

Fleetwood Mac concert invokes nostalgia

Tyler Sehnal, Staff Writer

March 22, 2019

The rumors are true: even after more than fifty years on stage, Fleetwood Mac still knows how to bring a house down. After kicking off the show with a fiery rendition of their 1977 hit, “The Chain,” the band was quick to make it clear that from here on out, they’ve no plans to start taking it sl...

Staff Editorial: Christchurch attack shares a rhetoric of hate

Staff Editorial: Christchurch attack shares a rhetoric of hate

March 22, 2019

We, the Guilfordian Editorial Board, are incredibly saddened by the recent shootings that occured in Christchurch, New Zealand. The shooter attacked the Al Noor and Linwood mosques on Friday, March 15, killing at least 50 people and wounding many others. The deaths resulting from these shootings ha...

“Helium” is synth heaven

Kathryn Hurst, Staff Writer

March 15, 2019

HOMESHAKE, musician Peter Sagar’s solo recording project, released its highly anticipated fourth album, “Helium” through Sinderlyn Records mid-February. For those familiar with HOMESHAKE’s library, it comes as no surprise that “Helium” is heavily reliant on the sound of synthesizers to c...

The Dining Hall fails to nourish student-athletes

The Dining Hall fails to nourish student-athletes

Eli Short, Staff Writer

March 15, 2019

Finally, something we’ve all been waiting for: someone to speak out amongst the student body about the Caf, and I am honored to do so. As students, we get asked the big questions on what we think about the Caf. Is it to our liking? Or could it be better? We tend to shy away from our desired opinions...

Cultural appropriation evident from pop stars

Cultural appropriation evident from pop stars

Mei Lander, Staff Writer

March 15, 2019

Pop star Ariana Grande has been stirring controversy over accusations of her being culturally appropriative. Many have raised concerns that Grande is taking aspects of other cultures and gaining undeserved profit from them. The first issue that came to light was her skin and hair. She has slowly been ...

Comedians should establish boundaries

Comedians should establish boundaries

Max Elkan, Staff Writer

March 15, 2019

In the world of comedy, it seems that the topics that comedians choose to talk about are discussed more so than anything else. Political correctness has defined the conversation about comedians in the recent years, particularly comedians whose content focuses on rather touchy subjects. The subjects ...

“The Umbrella Academy” hooks in viewers

“The Umbrella Academy” hooks in viewers

Aubrey Fetzer, Staff Writer

March 15, 2019

Netflix’s newest foray into super hero storytelling, “The Umbrella Academy” is a mayhem-drenched thrill ride that I couldn’t look away from. Based on the Dark Horse comics series that ran between 2007 and 2008, this emo-infused comic adventure is the realization of creators Gerard Way and Gab...