Where are the thanks for Thanksgiving?

Monika Patel, Reporter

January 2, 2018

Filed under Opinion

After Halloween is over, you would think that people would start getting ready for Thanksgiving, inviting family members over and getting ready for that big feast; however, some people go straight into Christmas decorating. People...

Black Friday, 364 days in the making — An American Classic

Titus Copeland, Reporter

January 2, 2018

Filed under Opinion

Black Friday has come and gone, and many people were excited for those reduced sales. But there’s a question that people should be asking: Do people consider Black Friday a holiday? Technically, it’s not a federal holiday,...

According to the Voyager. . .

This editorial was written by CJ Larson and reflects the views of the Voyager Editorial Board

January 2, 2018

Filed under Opinion

The United States has a long history of conflict and perseverance, and from that, a culture of gun ownership was born. The nation’s framers saw the necessity in allowing citizens to own firearms, form their own militias, and...

Through the eyes of a viking

Lauren Bear and Kai'terra Ross

November 14, 2017

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Administration and students share their hopes for Guilford's future

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Trick or treat yo’self: Halloween 2017

Mathew huf, Reporter

November 14, 2017

Filed under Opinion

Whether you spend your Halloween dressing up, trick-or-treating, or curled up on the couch watching scary movies, there is no bad way to spend Halloween; however, there is an ideal way to spend it. In the past I have handed out...

According to The Voyager

Editorial Board, Reporter

November 14, 2017

Filed under Opinion

College is a necessity for people who aspire to be successful in today’s society, but it’s not easily accessible for everyone. People in low income families often don’t attend college purely for financial reasons—something...

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