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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...

The importance of telling untold narratives

The importance of telling untold narratives

McKinley Keener, Staff Writer

September 29, 2017

How do you sum up a life in 27 minutes? It’s impossible. Lives are built up of too many stories to condense them all into a singular narrative. Then how do you choose which story to tell? You pick a person. You research them. You realize that no one is the measure of what the general public considers...

Bhutanese community works for a better life

Bhutanese community works for a better life

Abe Kenmore, World & Nation Editor

April 17, 2015

“I am originally from Bhutan,” said Kharka Basnet, program manager for the Society of Bhutanese of High Point. “It was a Himalayan kingdom; it was very nice. I was only 15 when I left, but I can still remember a lot of things. “I came (to Nepal as a refugee) in 1992, and here I studied. I...