The Guilfordian

Students seek identity through astrology

Students seek identity through astrology

Aaron Eisenberg, Staff Writer

April 12, 2019

Astrology is a system that assumes a very pointedly accurate definition for each of us. Decided by our time and location of birth, the reasoning behind these definitions is relatively indisputable because it works upon very poignant facts. With that rigidly acute categorization, it feels like something we can...

Staff Editorial: The Guilfordian recognizes Alcohol Awareness Month

Staff Editorial: The Guilfordian recognizes Alcohol Awareness Month

April 5, 2019

April is Alcohol Awareness Month and if you drink, we at The Guilfordian urge you to drink responsibly. If you drink, be sure to stay with a group that you trust and know will watch your back. At the same time, be sure to watch out for those around you. Avoid separating yourself from your group at a...

“The Boys” balances seriousness with satire

“The Boys” balances seriousness with satire

Liam Connolly, Staff Writer

April 5, 2019

I’ve loved superheroes ever since I first learned to read. The powers, the bright and colorful costumes as well as the morals they inspire in the people they protect. But as the years pass, I find myself growing increasingly distant from the scene as it becomes hard to deny that the superhero genre ...

Indie publishers hold hidden literary gems

Indie publishers hold hidden literary  gems

Tyler Sehnal, Staff Writer

April 5, 2019

Independent and self-publishing is all the rage these days. As someone interested in creative writing myself, I think it’s important to give time to other aspiring authors who’ve chosen to take their creative destinies into their own hands and publish their work themselves. One particularly fascinating...

SPOILERS: “Us” comments on duality in America

SPOILERS: “Us” comments on duality in America

Aaron Eisenberg, Staff Writer

April 5, 2019

WARNING: CONTAINS SPOILERS!   Jordan Peele seems to be leading a resurgence of the horror genre. Having released “Get Out,” and now the movie “Us,” he is even slated at the helm of the “Twilight Zone” reboot. His use of horror is characterized by an artistic integrity based on his o...

Advice column set to start Fall 2019

Mei Lander, Staff Writer

April 5, 2019

Welcome to “Ask Mei!”, The Guilfordian’s new advice column, at [email protected]! I know the school year is coming to a close and you may not have an opportunity to write in before it’s done. But we’ll officially launch this advice column in the fall and hope to continue it for years ...

College scandal hurts education’s image

Sarah Taylor, Staff Writer

March 29, 2019

Going to college is an exciting and important experience for most people. It can shape who you become and how you spend the rest of your life. During those years, you have the chance to make new friends, take on new and unique opportunities, and become an adult. That being said, the process of ap...

Le’Veon Bell not worth new Jets contract

Le'Veon Bell New York Jets

Elliot Adamson, Staff Writer

March 29, 2019

The New York Jets have signed running back Le’Veon Bell to a 5-year, $52.5 million contract. Formerly a member of the Pittsburgh Steelers, Bell has been selected to the NFL Pro Bowl three times, and when he entered free agency, he became one the most appealing players on the market. Although Bell i...

Unfinished games spell doom for developers

Unfinished games spell doom for developers

Liam Connolly, Staff Writer

March 22, 2019

So far, 2019 has been a less than ideal year for gaming. The past three months alone have seen many AAA releases, all of which have sadly been riddled with one controversy after another. Overhyped and unfinished games with poor graphics and gameplay mechanics fill the shelves while big name companies conti...