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Participants at the 2011 New York City Slutwalk took to the streets to protest slut-shaming, a pervasive part of modern rape culture.

Slut-shaming: The scariest Halloween tradition

Abigail Mocharnuk, Staff Writer November 10, 2023

The childhood tradition of trick-or-treating with friends while donning the adorable costumes our parents loved suddenly changes as we enter our teenage years. That's when Halloween morphs into a spectacle...

Video games are a unique medium that is well-suited for horror. But what are the best horror games out there?

The best horror games to play right now

Grady Tarleton, Staff Writer November 3, 2023

Spooky season is upon us, and many people are looking for horror media to enjoy during the time of ghouls, goblins, costumes and candy. The theaters are saturated with horror movies, “The Simpsons”...

When visitors arrive at the line to enter the first of Spookywoods’ 15 haunted areas, they find themselves at “Club Spooky.” Here, a DJ hypes up the crowd with loud music while scare actors creep through the shadows.

Spookywoods amps up the scares for its 39th season

Darren Brumbach, Staff Writer October 27, 2023

The fog slowly drifts towards you and your friends as you hear a bell ringing in the distance. Suddenly, a tall creature reaches toward your face and drapes its long fingers over your shoulder. All you...

What would Halloween be without signature animated specials that take viewers for spooky rides far beyond the pumpkin patch.

Must-watch animated Halloween specials

Taylor Ferguson, Staff Writer October 27, 2023

With Halloween upon us, it only makes sense to take in a rewatch of your favorite spooky show or movie. Halloween, like animation, is ignorantly assumed to be something only children can participate in....

Halloween vs. Thanksgiving vs. Christmas

Tyler Dearman, Staff Writer October 21, 2022

The holiday season is upon us, and when it comes to choosing between Halloween, Thanksgiving and Christmas, everyone has a preference. Guilford students shared their favorite end-of-year holidays and...

Let your zodiac sign pick your Halloween costume

Maddy Anderson, Staff Writer October 14, 2022

Aries (March 21-April 19): You keep running back to a toxic relationship. If they’re a Gemini or a J-Name, leave them in the dirt (where they belong). This bs): You’re making moves this month–and...

As October comes rolling in, the gradual change in hue of foliage means only one thing. Fall has begun at Guilford college.

Fall evokes warm feelings, family traditions for Guilford community

Haley Madison, Staff Writer September 30, 2022

'Tis the season for pumpkin-based everything, loungewear in neutral colors and classic Halloween flicks! The fall season is ushering in a series of changes, including the now-cool weather and the variety...

Halloween and Christmas decorations side by side in a store

When should you celebrate each holiday? A student’s perspective

Maria Guerrero Hernandez, Managing Editor September 30, 2022

The holidays are coming at last this year, but every year they seem to be starting earlier and earlier. Just the other day I went to the craft stores Hobby Lobby and Michaels,  and they had all the Halloween...

Scary movies got you down? Check out some not-so-scary ones

Meghan Curley, Staff Writer October 22, 2021

Fall is here, complete with its signature spooks, freaks and pumpkin treats. For college students in post-quarantine, Halloween typically means scary movies and a gross amount of candy. However, if you’re...

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