Going to college in the 21st Century

Karina Castanon, News Editor

May 21, 2018

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College: a seven-letter word that has caused students to be hundreds and thousands of dollars in debt. Just the sound of it brings a range of emotions, from excitement to complete dread for most high school seniors. It is obvious...

Is social media tainting our news?

Nick Eichstaedt, Reporter

May 21, 2018

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We are living in the age of social media. These days, people can find almost anything online, including the news.  This is a big change from reading newspapers and watching the daily news, which has significantly dropped in popul...

The Shooting scoop on Armando Luna

CJ Larson, Editor-In Cheief

May 21, 2018

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In the wake of gun violence across the country, which has fueled a massive debate over the importance of firearms and the Second Amendment, Guilford teens are facing the reality of gun crime right at home. Armando Luna, senior,...

How much Christmas plays a role in other holidays and traditions

Karina Castanon, News Editor

January 2, 2018

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During the holidays, students and their families often have their own unique traditions. In a melting pot of a country like the United States with a wide range of people from different cultures and backgrounds, people have multiple...

Recognizing the other holidays & customs within Guilford

Aisha Hill, Reporter

January 2, 2018

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The long-awaited holiday season is finally here, and while some may be looking forward to a great dinner on Thanksgiving or bringing the new year in with a list of resolutions and loved ones, it’s worthwhile to learn about the...

Opioids: The unrecognized drug

Jeff Larson and Cj Larson

January 2, 2018

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“No part of our society — not young or old, rich or poor, urban or rural — has been spared this plague of drug addiction and this horrible, horrible situation that’s taken place with opioids.” – President Trump...

Which sleeping method works best.

Ryley Kuhn, Reporter

November 15, 2017

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Catching Z’s is an ever elusive prospect for high schoolers, which is to be expected given the burden of homework, classwork, and somehow maintaining a social life. The stresses intrinsic to the existence of every student of...

Are pajamas appropriate at school?

Monika Patel

November 15, 2017

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During the week of homecoming, students had pajama day as one of their theme days. On this day, students were allowed to wear their pajamas to school. However, even though homecoming is now over, some students still come to school...

Student Sleepwalking

Magnus Swanson, Reporter

November 15, 2017

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Have you ever sleepwalked? Nearly one in three Americans may experience sleepwalking during their lives. Sleepwalking is the act of getting up and walking while asleep. One may appear to be partially awake and partially asleep...

What is Sleep Paralysis/Exploding Head Syndrome

Karina Castanon, News Editor

November 15, 2017

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Sleep paralysis is a sleeping disorder that is often misunderstood. By definition, it is a condition in which an individual loses the ability to move or speak temporarily after waking up or falling asleep. In extreme cases,...

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