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Will we heal with the Build Back Better Act?

Miles Kirkpatrick, Staff Writer November 12, 2021

There are approximately 10 million unfilled jobs right now in the United States, which is indicative of the labor shortage wreaking havoc on the economy. The causes for this labor shortage are numerous...

Staff Editorial: Guilford’s past leadership and the road ahead

November 5, 2021

October ushered in another change in Guilford College’s leadership. On Oct. 6, an email from Board of Trustees Chair Ed Winslow announced the appointment of Kyle Farmbry as the College’s new president....

Remakes, sequels and the curse of franchise media

Jonathan Campbell, Staff Writer November 5, 2021

In the past decade, the idea of the remake has both blossomed and wilted, coupled with a secondary drive for creating sequels to properties both ancient and new. Remakes themselves aren’t a new concept,...

The Final Season of “On My Block”

Maria-jose Guerrero Hernandez, Staff Writer November 5, 2021

The long-awaited final season of “On My Block” finally aired on Oct. 4 on the streaming service Netflix. By this point, most people have seen the show's final episodes and there have been mixed opinions...

Exploring the need for mental health days

Miles Kirkpatrick , Staff Writer November 5, 2021

Pressure—it’s the one commonality among almost every top school at every level above elementary in the United States. The quality of your education and how well you do in school play a large role in...

Staff Editorial: Indigenous Peoples’ Day, the only holiday that should be celebrated on Oct. 11.

October 22, 2021

In the United States, two holidays are celebrated Oct. 11. One of those two is Columbus Day, which is one of 12 federal holidays created by Congress. This holiday celebrates Christopher Columbus landing...

Beloved Halloween attractions during COVID-19

Savannah Parks, Staff Writer October 22, 2021

In the midst of a global pandemic, the major question that we ask ourselves every day is: is it too soon to reopen the world? As Halloween approaches, is it too soon to open haunted houses, spooky trails...

The Texas abortion ban is a devious bill with destructive ends

Miles Kirkpatrick, Staff Writer October 15, 2021

Texas lawmakers may have just succeeded in demolishing abortion rights in the state. On Sept. 1, Senate Bill (SB) 8 went into effect, functionally outlawing abortions after the detection of a fetal heartbeat,...

Squid Game brings new life to an oversaturated genre

Rafael Alfaro , Staff Writer October 15, 2021

SPOILER WARNING Many say that money cannot buy happiness. Quite often, the media emphasizes that true friends and love are all you need to make true happiness a reality. However, money often blinds...

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