The Guilfordian

New musicals shake things up in New York

Annie Fullwood, Staff Writer

October 23, 2015

The first Secretary of the Treasury having a rap battle with Thomas Jefferson. Lesbians singing about their dead father. Deaf teenagers discovering sex. The 2015 Broadway lineup. This year has introduced an eclectic collection of new productions, and it may just lead to an entirely new age of Broadway. “Hamilton,”...

News in Brief

Rishab Revankar, World and Nation Editor

February 7, 2014

New York City, New York, USA Oscar-winning actor Philip Seymour Hoffman, 46, died in his Manhattan apartment on Feb. 2.According to CNN, Hoffman’s friend and playwright David Katz found Hoffman lying on the bathroom floor with a syringe in his left arm. In the aftermath of his death, investigators discov...

Remembering Mickey Ephrath: memories and legacy

Remembering Mickey Ephrath: memories and legacy

Sydney Hawkins, Staff Writer

March 1, 2013

“Energy is never created nor destroyed, and I like to think about Mickey’s energy as never being really destroyed,” said first-year Angela Martino. “Mickey’s energy is still very much alive.” Mickey Ephrath, a sophomore transfer student, passed away on Jan. 7, 2013, in New York City. Though...

The occupy movement: not just a another youth rebellion

The occupy movement: not just a another youth rebellion

Ali Krantzler, Staff Writer

January 27, 2012

The Occupy Wall Street movement began over five months ago in New York City’s financial district at Liberty Square. Since then, the movement has spread across the country to over 100 cities, including Philadelphia, Boston, Greensboro, Washington, D.C. and Oakland. There are different perceptions,...