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Softball swinging strong going into conference

Softball swinging strong going into conference

DaeQuan Fitzgerald, Sports Editor
March 10
Filed under In Print, Sports

Strong out of conference play from the Quakers’ softball team has helped them start the season off with a convincing 12-3 record. Their next goal: perfection. The team is always looking improve and minimize their mistakes. However, with the way they are playing now, head coach Dennis Shores is having...

Lacrosse team preps for upcoming game against Randolph-Macon, ODAC

Lacrosse team preps for upcoming game against Randolph-Macon, ODAC

Nellie Vinograd, Video Editor
March 10
Filed under In Print, Sports

This Saturday’s men’s lacrosse game against Randolph-Macon will be like a big entrance exam to see if the team has what it takes to continue. But unlike the SATs, the upcoming Old Dominion Athletic Conference tournament is a full-time commitment. “The coaches prepare us a lot in advance so we’re...

Housing updates buildings, gains Hodgins

Housing updates buildings, gains Hodgins

Sonia McLamb, Staff Writer
March 10
Filed under In Print, Opinion

Misinformation and rumors have been flying around campus about the changes in housing that are starting next semester. This is especially true in regards to the newly purchased Hodgins Retreat, now called the East Apartments, where Guilford has been sending out many emails to residents at different...

Staff Editorial: Guilfordian needs to adhere to rules

Staff Editorial: Guilfordian needs to adhere to rules

Editorial Board, Editorial Board
March 10
Filed under Editorial Board, In Print, Opinion

Students who were a part of the protest on Wednesday, March 1, have kept their voices active on social media and through other demonstrations since then. President Jane Fernandes has sent emails, stating that she would meet with different groups to find the best solution for all and that she has asked...

Guilford needs to become a sanctuary campus, declare support for students

Guilford needs to become a sanctuary campus, declare support for students

Ian Penny, World & Nation Editor
March 10
Filed under In Print, Opinion

Let’s play connect the dots. What do Portland State University, Reed College, Wesleyan University, Pitzer College, Santa Fe Community College, the University of Pennsylvania, Connecticut College, Drake University and Swarthmore College have in common? These nine institutions of higher learning...

Fifth annual Journeys in Blackness Banquet honors alumni, students, faculty and staff

Fifth annual Journeys in Blackness Banquet honors alumni, students, faculty and staff

Nicole Zelniker, Editor-in-Chief
March 10
Filed under In Print, News

On March 4, the Black Alumni of Guilford College Advisory Board, the Multicultural Education Department and the office of Alumni and Parent Relations hosted the fifth annual Journeys in Blackness banquet in the Gilmer Room. “In 2012, the Journeys in Blackness banquet was reinstated as an annual...

Students create petition

Students create petition

Abe Kenmore, Opinion Editor
March 10
Filed under In Print, News, Top Stories

Guilford College is not openly a sanctuary campus, but students are still calling on it to protect students regardless of citizenship. The club Integrity for Guilford launched a petition ahead of a visit by the board of trustees on Feb. 24, calling on the campus to protect vulnerable students, particularly...

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

“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...