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QuakerQuest: opinions on video gaming at Guilford

QuakerQuest: opinions on video gaming at Guilford

Josh Ballard, Staff Writer

April 19, 2013

“Evil pure and simple, destructive of social interchange, and of artistic effect,” wrote John Collier in “The Problem of Motion Pictures.” Such was the rhetoric against film in the 1900s. Similar claims are now being levied against a more modern medium: video games. With the rash of shootings...

Egyptian soccer riots kill dozens, injure hundreds

Egyptian soccer riots kill dozens, injure hundreds

Jamie Luckhaus, Staff Writer

February 8, 2013

Blood was shed in the name of politics at the Egyptian city of Port Said after 21 were sentenced to death over a soccer riot in Egypt last year. Outraged protesters stormed the streets Saturday, killing 37 and injuring at least 300, according to The Namibian. Gunshots and fire swept the northern city...

Venezuela re-elects President Chavez for fourth term, predictions are made for the future of the country

Taylor Hallett, Staff Writer

October 26, 2012

Presidential elections in Venezuela differ from those in the U.S. in that they are more than a tame contest for votes and leadership. Instead, they are a brawl between conflicting ideologies and radically different views for the future. The presidential election in Venezuela took place on Oct. 7,...