The Guilfordian

Banquet held to honor 32nd Women’s History Month

Navya Belavadi, Staff Writer

March 22, 2019

“Today we are here to celebrate women,” said junior Kendra Guzman, president of Hispanos Unidos de Guilford (HUG). “We are here to celebrate all women. We are here to celebrate trans women, those who identify as non-binary and all who identify as women.” In celebration of Women’s History...

The worst songs of 2017 uninspired, tired

The worst songs of 2017 uninspired, tired

Lana Heltzel, Staff Writer

January 19, 2018

In a year as turbulent as 2017, one may have expected artists to reply in kind with impactful, expressive music that shakes up the status quo and speaks to issues plaguing the world. Instead, 2017 proved to be among the blandest years in terms of pop music, with the charts continuously being dominated...

Taylor Swift should only speak out if she contributes

Taylor Swift should only speak out if she contributes

Julia Martins de Sa, Assistant Photo Editor

November 17, 2017

Snake. Victim. Trouble. Taylor Swift. For many people who follow the lives of celebrities and Hollywood drama, all of these words are synonymous. Taylor Swift is often in the limelight, either for what she wore to that award show or this movie premiere. Maybe it’s for the last song she wrote to...

“Laila’s Wisdom” is Rapsody’s prime

Nate McManus, Staff Writer

October 27, 2017

This year’s continued success of impactful and artistic rap albums appears to be nowhere close to slowing down with the 2017 release of “Laila’s Wisdom” from North Carolina’s own Marlanna Evans. Guilford staff and students may be familiar with Evans, better known by her stage name Rapsody,...

MTV Video Music Awards impresses viewers

MTV Video Music Awards impresses viewers

Praveena Somasundaram, Staff Writer

September 8, 2016

On Aug. 28, 6.5 million people tuned in to watch performances and celebrity soliloquies during the MTV Video Music Awards. The star-studded event attracted everyone from fashion critics to enthusiastic fans alike. The night was filled with excitement for the anticipated performances. Rihanna performed...

Ban Bossy campaign inspires young girls to lead proudly

Ban Bossy campaign inspires young girls to lead proudly

Olivia Neal, Staff Writer

April 11, 2014

“I’m not bossy,” says Beyoncé in a bold, powerful video. “I’m the boss.” The Ban Bossy campaign, created by Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg in conjunction with the Girl Scouts, points out the double standard in assertiveness between young boys and girls. While the boys are seen as confident...