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Humans of Guilford (Spring 2017)

May 1, 2017 6:39pm | Grace Zhou

“This organization started in 1979 with Three Mile Island.  It was a protest against nuclear energy, and that shifted into a protest against nuclear weapons.  The Freeze Campaign started in 1982, and then we were protesting the deployment of missiles into Western Europe.  We were […]

The People You Didn’t See in Sweeney Todd

March 31, 2017 6:06pm | Mia Eschinger

      Halle Ferrara – Running Crew Grade: 10 Years Active in GHSTA:1 What have you been doing to prepare for the production? “Personally, I’ve been working with the crew chief to move things on and off the set. Also, I helped paint a […]

Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them

December 8, 2016 2:07pm | Charlotte Babbin

Is it possible to create a satisfying addition to a series as monumental as the Harry Potter series? Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them, a story from the same wizarding world as Harry Potter but in 1926 New York, does just that while adding […]

Humans of Guilford (Autumn 2016)

November 21, 2016 5:12pm | Grace Zhou

“Well, I’m the Sorcerer Gaul, the good sorcerer, and this is Queen Dora.  I’ve written these two books.  I’m working on the third, and I’m sure there’ll be a fourth.” “We’re from the Scandinavian book.  It takes place in Scandinavia, circa 900, and the second […]

Why You Should Listen to Sufjan Stevens

October 17, 2016 6:18pm | Ava Provolo

Though known for being a key component in the alternative youth culture today, Sufjan Stevens’ music transcends the boundaries of what music should be. His earthy, yet soothing voice in concert with his poignant and powerful lyrics is almost magnetic; it is hard to stop […]

Unrealistic Portrayal of Teens in the Media

April 30, 2015 12:05pm | Staff writer

Whenever we turn on our TVs, we are bombarded with images of perfect-looking actresses and actors. Oftentimes, this image of perfection is carried over into the hallways of shows about high school. The result? Real teenagers feel the unnecessary pressure to conform to the media’s […]