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Goof: Hated celebrities discuss downfalls, challenges

Madeline Edwards, Taylor Swift's Sister March 30, 2018

Disclaimer: This story is a part of out April Fool’s edition, The Goofordian. This story was created by Guilfordian Staff and is not based in fact. On Friday, March 23 Guilford’s Media and Celebrity...

Since 2007, film/video professor Chad Phillips has been building a list he calls “Guilford’s Masterpieces.” He asks every student who takes his Masterpieces of the Cinema class for a list of their personal Top 10 “masterpieces of cinema” (and stresses to answer honestly). Ten years and almost 2,000 films later, these are the current Top 20.

“L.A. Confidential” still relevant today

McKinley Keener, Staff Writers September 15, 2017

Despite appearances, Los Angeles in the 1950s was not all high-class café society and Hollywood glamour. At least not in Curtis Hanson’s 1997 film “L.A. Confidential,” which follows three Los...

VMAs start conversations about diversity

Beatriz Caldas, Diversity & Social Justice Coordinator September 18, 2015

That celebrities love to argue on social media is nothing new, but when they raise interesting questions and concerns about our society, we should listen. On July 21, MTV released the nominees for their...

Dead celebs: not strange to mourn strangers

Kinsey Danzis, Staff Writer November 8, 2013

Your favorite celebrity has just died. Sorry for dropping that bombshell. How do you feel? Never fear, “Insert Name Here” is probably alive and well. But imagine if they’d really died. Imagine...

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