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Guilford should implement St. Mary’s plan to fix wage gap

Nicole Zelniker, Senior Writer

October 24, 2014

Equality. Community.  Integrity.  Those are just some of the Quaker values that Guilford lives by. Given those values, how could we still have a gender... READ MORE »»

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Students protest in Hong Kong for better representation

Clare Forrister, Staff Writer

October 24, 2014

Whether in Hong Kong or at Guilford, students know how to get fired up for what they believe in. Recently, outspoken members of Hong Kong’s population... READ MORE »»

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Munich Marathon 10k: racing through history

Ian Penny, Guest Writer

October 24, 2014

On paper, running 10 kilometers sounds easy. That distance, roughly equal to 6.2 miles, is only a shade longer than a car trip from Guilford College to... READ MORE »»

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Shakori Hills: Guilford heads to GrassRoots festival

Juliet Magoon, Staff Writer

October 24, 2014

The crisp smell of rustic fall air, the delicate descent of orangey-tinged oak leaves, the soothing sound of a local bluegrass ensemble in the distance.... READ MORE »»

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Trustees move to protect financial aid, college programs

Banning Watson, Staff Writer

October 24, 2014

On Oct. 11, during Guilford College President Jane Fernandes’ inaugural board of trustees meeting, the board took decisive steps to ensure that faculty... READ MORE »»

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Quarterback Pawlowski drives team to early-season victories

Henry Smith, Staff Writer

October 3, 2014

Guilford College junior Matt Pawlowski is on track to become one of the greatest quarterbacks in school history. “Matt Pawlowski is a very good quarterback... READ MORE »»

Trustees move to protect financial aid, college programs

Trustees move to protect financial aid, college programs

Banning Watson, Staff Writer

On Oct. 11, during Guilford College President Jane Fernandes’ inaugural board of trustees meeting, the board took decisive steps to ensure that faculty compensation, student... read story

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Open Hillel conference inspires national change

Nicole Zelniker & Sara Minksy, Senior Writer & Photo Editor

Hundreds of students flocked to Harvard University for over 50 speakers, dozens of conversations and one life-changing weekend. Together, students from schools all over the... read story

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Food Not Bombs Greensboro more than satisfies hungry diners

Quincy Malesovas, Staff Writer

A thousand different aromas waft through the kitchen. The smell of garlic rolls under my nose, foreshadowing the roasted potatoes being pulled out of the oven. Vegetarian... read story

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Emma Watson’s UN speech effective, if problematic

Clare Forrister, Staff Writer

Emma Watson, though armed with high aspirations and good intentions, fell short in her speech on gender equality for the United Nations. “She missed some marks,” said... read story

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Guilford athletics alumni land golf careers in China

Amol Garg, Staff Writer

Faced with a faltering economy and a stagnant workforce, American college graduates are gradually shifting their eyes to China in order to seek employment. China boasts the... read story

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