Since the pandemic, it appears as if shopping has become primarily digital and the experience of shopping in stores has become a thing of the past. What effects did Covid-19 have on the shopping experience, and what lies ahead for… Read More ›
To Be Culturally Aware
Zavia Pittman Staff Writer As a black woman, I have had my fair share of experiences with being the minority. I once worked at a corporate office where the population mainly consisted of WASP’s (White Anglo-Saxon Protestants). I was also… Read More ›
Extra! Extra! Early Voting in the City!
Elizabeth “Eth” Hyman Staff Writer It would seem that it’s that time of year again: time to vote! With midterm elections right around the corner, the city of Greensboro is gearing up for voting season. Regardless of your party, your… Read More ›
Wellness Days: Are They Enough?
Zavia Pittman Staff Writer I recently spoke to a loved one who works at a school about upcoming breaks in the semester, and she mentioned that a “Wellness Day” was coming up. I had never heard of such a holiday,… Read More ›
Liz Truss joins venerable UK tradition by resigning in disgrace
Sam Phillips Features Editor When Liz Truss announced her resignation as Prime Minister of the United Kingdom on Thursday, much was naturally made of her setting a new record for shortest tenure—45 days, plus a lame duck period before a… Read More ›
The Best Time of the Year
Aliyah Gibbs Staff Writer/Editor The perfect time of year has rolled around… finally. While I do appreciate the lovely attributes summer has to offer such as the beach, tri-colored popsicles and really exciting amusement parks, I am well-past ready to… Read More ›
You Don’t Own Your Land
Joseph Clark Staff Writer As of Oct. 1, 2018, the city of Greensboro instituted a new program called Receivership. In actuality, very little is new about it. But saying “new” makes even the worst afflictions sound healthy. The program is… Read More ›
New Eats on Spring Garden
Joseph Clark Staff Writer Greensboro as a whole, and Spring Garden Street in particular, are home to some of the greatest restaurants North Carolina has to offer. As a young foodie myself, non native to this half of the I-85,… Read More ›
What’s Happening to R&B?
The once chart-topping genre has now become outdated and not nearly as popular as it was in previous years. Has the unifying category of Rhythm & Blues died out? Veronica Glover Staff Writer I heard D’Angelo’s “Brown Sugar” (1995) recently… Read More ›
The Future of Newspapers: Where Have They Gone?
Newspaper printing around the world has slowed down, or even ceased to exist for some publications—but why? What has happened to the daily ritual of reading prints and what does the future hold for publications extensively? Veronica Glover Senior Staff… Read More ›