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President Biden hosts Senate majority leader Schumer, Senate minority leader McConnell, Speaker McCarthy, and Leader Jeffries in the Oval Office to discuss the need to ensure America does not default on its debt on May 16.

Veteran politicians: A legacy of leadership or a relic of the past?

Joshua Tromba, Staff Writer October 27, 2023

Over the years, politicians have remained in office until they were unable to continue working. Politicians like President Biden and Mitch McConnell have recently been brought into question on whether...

Patrick McHenry, a Republican representative from North Carolina, has been appointed as interim Speaker of the House while a replacement for Rep. Kevin McCarthy is decided on.

Who is Patrick McHenry?

Grady Tarleton, Staff Writer October 27, 2023

On October 3rd, Rep. Kevin McCarthy was ousted as Speaker of the House in a historic vote, the first ever instance of a person being removed from that position. A replacement, Representative Mike Johnson...

Staff Editorial: As midterms loom, remember to vote

October 14, 2022

Voting in college can be difficult to navigate, but there are many ways to get your vote in while on campus. Of course, if your home address is in North Carolina, and especially in Guilford County, you...

Ian Bremmer is a political scientist and founder of Eurasia Group, a political risk research and consulting firm.

Bryan Series: Political analyst Ian Bremmer discusses COVID-19 and international politics

Emma English and Alesha Garcia February 18, 2021

Nonpartisan political scientist and global-risk expert Ian Bremmer, also the founder of the political risk consulting firm, Eurasia, spoke at the Guilford College Bryan Series on Jan. 14. He reflected...

Bryan Series provides insight on post-election process

Abdullah Shahid, Staff Writer December 10, 2020

In a recent Bryan Series event on Nov. 12, the presidential election was at the forefront of conversation as “Firing Line” host Maragret Hoover and CNN correspondent John Avlon gave their analysis...

Staff Editorial: Our vision for 2020

May 29, 2020

Welcome back to Guilford for the spring semester! We’ve at last landed in a new decade. It feels like change is on the horizon, doesn’t it? 2020 seems to be bound for big, new developments. The...

A Deadspin employee displyays the site’s logo.

Sports site Deadspin reeling after editors leave

Paige Abbott, Staff Writer December 3, 2019

This past week, the popular news website Deadspin has been thrown into chaos. The site, well-known for its sports content, has traditionally allowed writers’ voices and opinions to shine through in their...

Writer Oswaldo Estrada, a UNC-Chapel Hill professor of Spanish and Latin American Studies, reads at Scuppernong Books during the Writers for Migrant Justice event on Sept. 4.

Reading brings community together to raise money for families at the border

Alesha Garcia and Ellen Han September 12, 2019

As tensions continue to intensify along the U.S.-Mexico border, the tragedies that occur there often seem to get drowned out by the incessant arguing of politicians. In an effort to support migrant families...

Pelosi runs for Speaker of the House

Pelosi runs for Speaker of the House

Max Elkan, Staff Writer December 7, 2018

On Wednesday, Nov. 28, Democrats from the House of Representatives met in Washington, D.C. to hold a private vote for the nominations of a prospective Speaker of the House of Representatives. The Speaker...

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