Elizabeth “Eth” Hyman Staff Writer 21 feels like a good age to pretend you have your life figured out. Pretending is something we all know how to do, right? Fake it till you make it! I think I’m close to… Read More ›
Who is Kamala Harris and Where Has She Been?
(Part 2 of a 2-Part Article) The vice-president was elected on January 20, 2021, alongside President Joe Biden. However, we have not seen much of her since. Veronica Glover Staff Writer Kamala Harris won the votes—and hearts— of many Americans… Read More ›
The “Eat the Rich” Narrative: A Distraction
Zavia Pittman Staff Writer Recently, almost every streaming service is being bombarded with movies and series depicting the “Eat the Rich” narrative, where wealthy and out-of-touch individuals get their comeuppance (or at the very least are depicted in a horrible… Read More ›
The Notes App Is My Entire Brain
Erin Yandell Senior Staff Writer Organized chaos. That’s my life in a nutshell. I have great organizational skills, yet all my thoughts, tasks and simply life in general are constantly bouncing around in my head. My attention flits from one… Read More ›
The Victims: An Article of Awareness
Elizabeth “Eth” Hyman Staff Writer Before I begin, welcome back to campus, all. This opening line will be the most cheerful thing in this whole article so I ask that you proceed with caution and mindfulness. Trigger Warning: Violence, Murder,… Read More ›
Corporate Talk: A Power Play
Zavia Pittman Staff Writer We love it here, and we just want more people to join our team! One of the main reasons we decide to go down the sometimes treacherous road that is a college education is the hope… Read More ›
UNCG First Day Complete
Erin Yandell Senior Staff Writer During the Fall 2022 semester, the University of North Carolina at Greensboro introduced a new textbook program called UNCG First Day Complete. Described by the UNCG bookstore website as an “affordability initiative for undergraduate students,”… Read More ›
Escaping the Schedule
Zavia Pittman Staff Writer The new year has begun and with it the season of reinvention. For us college students, the new year also brings a fresh semester filled with classes and (hopefully) new opportunities. Most likely, many of us… Read More ›
Who is Kamala Harris, and Where Has She Been?
(Part 1 of a 2-Part Article) The vice-president was elected on January 20, 2021, alongside President Joe Biden. However, we have not seen much of her since then. Veronica Glover Senior Staff Writer As an African-American woman, seeing Kamala Harris… Read More ›
Can We Really Live Offline?
Zavia Pittman Staff Writer Social media and reality are becoming so intertwined. Can we really escape it? “Yeah, I deleted TikTok and Instagram, I need a breather.” You may have heard a peer say something like that as a college… Read More ›