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Guilford theater students to debut new play, “Everybody”

Guilford theater students to debut new play, “Everybody”

Lana Heltzel, Staff Writer

April 6, 2018

What does humanity value most in life? Is it family? Friendship? Material possessions? The Guilford College theater department resolves to evaluate this question in their upcoming production of “Everybody.” Written by Branden Jacob-Jenkins, “Everybody” is a morality play in which God, horrified...

News in Brief

News in Brief

Aarushi Ahuja, World and Nation Editor

March 16, 2018

South Korea On Friday night, March 10, the Winter Paralympics opened in Pyeongchang, South Korea. The games are the largest Paralympics ever held to date, and the atmosphere of the opening ceremony was said to be more cheery than in the past. At the 2014 Paralympics, for example, Ukraine sent onl...

News in Brief

News in Brief

September 8, 2017

Monsoon Flooding In India, Nepal and Bangladesh Flooding from monsoons in South Asia has led to over 1,200 deaths and directly impacted over 40 million people, according to the U.N. The Red Cross has said the flooding from this rainy season is the worst it has been in 40 years. Evacuation, potential...

Terror attack shakes Paris, France

Beatriz Caldas, Managing Editor

April 28, 2017

Almost a year after the Nice attack, France has again been the stage for conversations about terrorism. This time, an attack happened in Paris on the Champs-Élysées, the city’s most famous avenue located in the eighth arrondissement. On April 20, according to French police, a suspect, who arrived...

Death isn’t a pardon for deceased justice

Elias Blondeau, Staff Writer

February 26, 2016

“If not now, when?” That is a question women, members of the LGBT community, people of color and their allies have been asking yet again. It is now a question concerning the resurgence of liberal criticism directed at Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia, who passed away on Feb. 13. Put...

Nine months after the death of Lennon Lacy, questions remain

Nicole Zelniker, Features Editor

May 1, 2015

Last summer, on Aug. 29, a woman found African-American high school senior Lennon Lacy hanged from a swing set in a predominantly white trailer park. It has been nine months, and it is still unclear what happened to Lennon. “Lennon’s the only one who can tell the story of what happened to him,”...