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Thanksgiving and COVID-19

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December 10, 2020

Last month’s Thanksgiving came and went, as we finished off the eighth full month of quarantine. Unless you live in Kalawao County, Hawaii, it was probably a weird experience. Thanksgiving is usually...

Expectations and hopes among students for spring semester

Sunlight filters through the trees onto the lawn in front of Duke Hall and Hege Library.
December 10, 2020

Basketball season starts up in January, and football is scheduled to begin their season in February. Spring semester is rapidly approaching, leaving college students everywhere wondering how the semester...

The return of college basketball brings excitement, and concerns

December 10, 2020

Division I college basketball is back, and major COVID-19 restrictions have been put in place for player and team safety. Despite these restrictions, the games have still brought excitement, especially...

Staff Editorial: Joe Biden’s transition into presidency begins

December 10, 2020

This November has been one of the most tumultuous months of our lives. Following an intense election week that ultimately favored Joe Biden, Donald Trump has fought long and hard to keep his seat in office...

Shopping locally: Gift ideas for students during a COVID-19 Christmas

Supporting small businesses during the holiday season is important in a COVID-19 world.
December 10, 2020

Finals are just around the corner… but so is Christmas! For many families, 2020 is the first year in which they will not be able to hold large gatherings with all their relatives or travel freely to...

COVID-19 cases surge as students return home

December 10, 2020

Guilford College is closed until January for all students. Now that Thanksgiving break is over, classes are back in session and students are ready to finish off their fall classes so that they can relax...

Student and athlete thoughts on spring sports

December 10, 2020

COVID-19 has put a complete damper on allowing college athletes to play the sports that they have committed to playing. The Old Dominion Athletic Conference (ODAC) is convinced that if student athletes...

Curing student mental burnouts: self care beyond facemasks

A student taking a nap to exercise self care and deal with the stress of school work.
November 19, 2020

Imagine early November in a pre-pandemic world: the sweet, pumpkin-spice period between Halloween and Thanksgiving. Neighborhoods reluctantly take down their spooky decorations as the leaves lose their...

Joe Biden names new coronavirus task force

President-elect Joe Biden plans to implement a new COVID-19 task force when he takes office in January.
November 19, 2020

Over the past eight months, 10.6 million Americans have been diagnosed with COVID-19 and over 242,000 Americans have died. Because of the staggering number of cases in the United States, president-elect...

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