The Chalkening

Curtis Hoffman Staff Writer Early in the morning on Sept. 18, under the cover of darkness, people came onto campus to write politically charged messages in chalk for the nearly 20,000 students of UNCG to see. The event was playfully… Read More ›

Absurd Ad Targeting

Catie Byrne Features Editor Have you ever worried you were going to die of cancer? I have, but not because it’s an entirely normal human anxiety. It all started on social media; I was scrolling through my feed on the… Read More ›