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Housing to see changes

Housing to see changes

Maksym Kosachevskyy, News Editor

Guilford College is raising the roof and putting in a sprinkler system while they are at it. Starting this summer, the College will renovate on-campus...

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Bryan Stevenson to discuss policy, injustice

Bryan Stevenson to discuss policy, injustice

February 18

Not many Harvard-educated lawyers spend their careers defending poor clients on death row but that is exactly what Bryan Stevenson has done. On...

Event spurs discussion, examination

Event spurs discussion, examination

February 17

"I see the All Black Everything Symposium as a day of discussion, where we can engage in meaningful dialogue around pressing issues facing our...

A Day Without Immigrants

A Day Without Immigrants

February 17

“La Bamba” played within the walls of the Central Carolina Worker Justice Center  as members of the Latinx community gathered to make ...

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Israeli settlements continue to expand in West Bank, Gaz

Israeli settlements continue to expand in West Bank, Gaz

Nicole Zelniker, Editor-in-Chief

In 1967, Israel built the first settlements in East Jerusalem, the Golan Heights and the West Bank. In recent years, those settlements are only expanding. According to...

February 18No Comments

Protests worldwide, nationally garner attention

Protests worldwide, nationally garner attention

February 17

Thousands huddle together under nighttime lights. Droves of creative signs and flags sprinkle a crowd. Authorities line up behind rows of riot...

Difficulties in sustainable tourism

February 10

According to the U.N., 2017 is the “International Year of Sustainable Tourism for Development,” a year dedicated to changing the ways people...

Protestors respond to Trump’s immigration order

February 9

Three weeks into Donald Trump’s presidency, campaign promises are quickly and controversially becoming policy. The most recent action was...

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Letter to the Editor: Former student shares stories about Jeff Jeske

Robert Bell

Everyone’s life is a story, and no one’s story stands on its own. Sometimes our stories briefly brush up against one another’s before continuing on. And sometimes, ...

February 18No Comments

Fifty Shades of abuse

Fifty Shades of abuse

February 18

After coming out of an abusive relationship, you meet your ex-boyfriend or girlfriend on your college campus, at a shopping mall or even at an...

Highlighting the best of the best in indie video games 2016

Highlighting the best of the best in indie video games 2016

February 18

2016 was a great year for video games all around. Games like “Overwatch,” “Uncharted 4,” “Civilization VI” and “Dark Souls III”...

Students get involved on campus

Students get involved on campus

February 17

Whether you voted last November, boycotted President Donald Trump’s inauguration or have since marched in a protest, it’s not enough. Though...

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HUG engages community, creates safe spaces

HUG engages community, creates safe spaces

Abigail Bekele, Contributing Writer

Hispanos Unidos de Guilford is a club that celebrates Hispanic culture and students on Guilford College’s campus. HUG is a place where students can go experience the food,...

February 18No Comments

Quidditch team hosts charity Yule Ball

Quidditch team hosts charity Yule Ball

February 18

“I’m just here to have fun,” said sophomore Max Shumate. Shumate dressed as a raven for the Lumos Charity Yule Ball 2017. Other characters...

Scientists take risky step, create human hybrid

Scientists take risky step, create human hybrid

February 18

For most people, familiarity with human-like pigs are limited to “Charlotte’s Web.” Recently, researchers announced the creation of...

Guilford College hosts Free Press event

Guilford College hosts Free Press event

February 12

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Livia Zuleta

Diversity Matters: All Black Everything Symposium 2017

The Multicultural Education Department and the Black Student Union hosted the fifth annual All Black Everything Symposium on campus on February 10, 2017....

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Women’s lacrosse works to improve this season

Women’s lacrosse works to improve this season

February 18

Despite not making a trip to Puerto Rico this season, the women’s lacrosse is poised for another fun year, according to head coach Sarah Lamphier. “I walk into practice excited and walk out thinking that was fun,” said Lamphier. “Even when we have bad practices versus ourselves, it’s been good in comparison to before. I feel really good in what we are capable of doing this year.” The...

Men’s lacrosse prepared for run at ODAC title

Men’s lacrosse prepared for run at ODAC title

DaeQuan Fitzgerald, Sports Editor
February 18

Last year’s men’s lacrosse team learned that a season can be taken away from them in less than ten minutes. “It was 9-9 with seven minutes to go and Hampden-Sydney (College) pulled it out,” said head coach Thomas Carmean. “We dedicated our conditioning to (keep) this from happening this year.” Carmean is referring to the 12-9 loss to the Tigers in the second round of the Old Dominion...

Quaker Men’s Basketball team defeat Randolph-Macon

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