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Sampha Debuts First Full Album, “Process”

Sampha Debuts First Full Album, “Process”

Mae Wood, Staff Writer
March 10
Filed under Features, In Print

You have been cordially invited by Sampha to embark upon a journey of meditative growth and self-discovery through his euphonious vocals, piano, striking lyrics and the marriage of electronic, soul and R&B music. After years of maintaining a low profile in the public eye, Sampha Sisay premiered...

ECG Robotics Team Advances to Super Regionals

ECG Robotics Team Advances to Super Regionals

Julia Martins de Sa, Contributing Writer
March 10
Filed under Features, In Print, Top Stories

“The most exhilarating feeling of our life,” is how Early College student Shami Chideya, a member of ECG’s Robotics club, describes winning the State Finals on February 18, 2017. Two of the club’s FTC (First Tech Challenge) teams, team 731, Wannabee Strange, and team 5795, Back to the Drawing...

Photojournalist, Amy Toensing, to visit campus and share experiences

Photojournalist, Amy Toensing, to visit campus and share experiences

Abigail Bekele, Staff Writer
March 10
Filed under Features, In Print, Top Stories

Imagine one day you had most of the necessities you needed and the next day everything is gone. When their husbands die, women in Nepal, India and Bangladesh lose their homes and families. Photojournalist Amy Toensing documented these women’s stories in her most recent project, “A World of Widows,”...

Person on the Street: What is your favorite food and why?

Person on the Street: What is your favorite food and why?

Nathaniel Williams, Contributing Writer
March 7
Filed under Features

Contributing writer, Nathaniel Williams, polls Guilford's campus to ask, "What is your favorite food and why?"

Tara Thai offers authentic Thai cuisine

Tara Thai offers authentic Thai cuisine

Naari Honor, Web Editor
March 5
Filed under Features, Restaurant Review

You know those times when you have been binging on junk and fastfood for several days, and you come to the point where you would rather go on a hunger strike than order another processed food item off some fastfood chains dollar menu? Well, there is a hidden gem within walking distance of Guilford...

Black Student Union hosts talent show for students

Black Student Union hosts talent show for students

Maksym Kosachevskyy, News Editor
March 5
Filed under Features

Thirty pairs of eyes stared in anticipation at the pink neon lights covering the stage. In a small, crowded and dimly lit room, framed by a drum set in one corner and boxes of pizza in another, they waited for raw talent to start. On Feb. 24, students gathered at the Community Center for The Element,...

Big Something brings big groove to Greensboro

Big Something brings big groove to Greensboro

Carson Risser, Staff Writer
March 3
Filed under Features, Top Stories

Last Friday in Greensboro, bar and music venue The Blind Tiger was packed for the first of a two-night album release show. The band: North Carolina’s funk sextet BIG Something. The Blind Tiger’s usual arrangement of chairs and tables was uncluttered to provide a dance floor. Red lights flashed off...

Artist’s work offers insight into black history

Artist’s work offers insight into black history

Sylvia Wang, Contributing Writer
February 24
Filed under Archives, Features, In Print

For the past month, Michaela Pilar Brown’s artwork, ranging from a massive installation of found objects to deeply personal staged photographs of herself, has been on display in the Guilford College Art Gallery located in Hege Library. Her exhibition, entitled “Burying Seeds,” focuses on the...

NCCPA LEAD conference comes to Guilford

NCCPA LEAD conference comes to Guilford

Naari Honor, Web Editor
February 24
Filed under Features, In Print

“It is not the position or role that defines us as a leader,” said keynote speaker Dr. Marin Burton a senior faculty member for Societal Advancement at the Center for Creative Leadership. Some attendees had traveled from Wilmington to join and others were from a wide array of areas of expertise at...