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Prohibition: the party of the future, from the past

Andrew Oliver
  Staff Writer

People from all over the United States are reeling from this election and its results. Whether your preferred candidate won or lost, it is safe to say that just about everyone has been dissatisfied with the way these elections have been conducted now and in the past. 855 more words

Why Politicians Should Scrap Celebrity Endorsements

Andrew Oliver
  Staff Writer

Despite the fact that the majority of celebrities in the entertainment industry have no political experience, when election time comes around the story seems to change. 951 more words

Post-Election for the GOP

Andrew Oliver
  Staff Writer 

In this election, the American people have witnessed a true turning point for the Republican Party. The unexpected and meteoric rise of Donald Trump has thrown a massive wrench in the cogs of the GOP establishment, resulting in what might require total reevaluation and realignment after the election. 676 more words

Donald Trump: A Winner of Sorts

Andrew Oliver
  Staff Writer

It seems that Donald Trump’s derogatory video scandal has illustrated a breaking point for his peers and his party. In the wake of his lewd and inappropriate conduct, Republican Party officials are formally withdrawing support in huge numbers. 768 more words

The Problem with Pumpkin Spice

Andrew Oliver 
  Staff Writer

As if there is nothing more pressing going on, this autumn you are likely to hear many complaining about Starbucks’ Pumpkin Spice Latte for no good reason, other than the fact that others seem to enjoy it so very much. 602 more words

The importance of student life

Andrew Oliver
  Staff Writer

It was Chairman Mao who said “If you want to know the taste of a pear, you must change the pear by eating it yourself.” 585 more words

Greensboro’s third annual Dance Film Festival

Andrew Oliver
  Staff Writer

The Third Annual Greensboro Dance Film Festival was jointly held at Geeksboro Coffeehouse and Cinema, and the UNCG School of Dance this past weekend. 598 more words