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HUG engages community, creates safe spaces

HUG engages community, creates safe spaces

Abigail Bekele, Contributing Writer
February 18
Filed under Features, In Print, Social Justice

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, music and heritage of the Hispanic culture to emphasize the importance of being inclusive. The club has been around for 10 years...

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

Robert Bell
February 18
Filed under In Print, Letter to the Editor, Opinion

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, if we’re really blessed, they overlap completely and forever. I thought about this in the days leading up to Thursday’s memorial...

Quidditch team hosts charity Yule Ball

Quidditch team hosts charity Yule Ball

Precious Adisa, Contributing Writer
February 18
Filed under Features, In Print

“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 from Hogwarts made an appearance as well. The decoration matched the mystical theme of the event with silver snowflakes and blue drapes. There were little...

Israeli settlements continue to expand in West Bank, Gaz

Israeli settlements continue to expand in West Bank, Gaz

Nicole Zelniker, Editor-in-Chief
February 18
Filed under In Print, World & Nation

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 the Central Intelligence Agency in December 2010, there were 327,750 Israelis in 121 settlements in the West Bank and 192,000 Israelis...

Women’s lacrosse works to improve this season

Women’s lacrosse works to improve this season

February 18
Filed under In Print, Sports

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...

Fifty Shades of abuse

Fifty Shades of abuse

Beatriz Caldas
February 18
Filed under In Print, Opinion

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 art exhibition. They approach you and ask you out to dinner. “Only dinner,” you reply, remembering everything you have been through with this person. You...

Highlighting the best of the best in indie video games 2016

Highlighting the best of the best in indie video games 2016

Sonia McLamb, Staff Writer
February 18
Filed under In Print, Opinion

2016 was a great year for video games all around. Games like “Overwatch,” “Uncharted 4,” “Civilization VI” and “Dark Souls III” all came out in the last calendar year, and all have been incredibly popular. Yet with so many Triple-A games taking the spotlight this year, it is easy...

Housing to see changes

Housing to see changes

Maksym Kosachevskyy, News Editor
February 18
Filed under In Print, News

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 housing. Changes include interior design modifications, access to new apartments, a new proposal and selection process for theme houses and more opportunities...

Men’s lacrosse prepared for run at ODAC title

Men’s lacrosse prepared for run at ODAC title

DaeQuan Fitzgerald, Sports Editor
February 18
Filed under In Print, Sports

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...