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Letter to Guilford Community from Integrity for Guilford

Letter to Guilford Community from Integrity for Guilford

March 17
Filed under Breaking News, News, Web Exclusive

Dear Guilford Community, Integrity for Guilford is a student coalition that supports and encourages social justice work in dismantling all forms of oppression. There are many aspects of recent events that must be addressed, but we would first like to make clear that the students who tore down flags...

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

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...

Yachting club hosts WTH Con at Guilford

Yachting club hosts WTH Con at Guilford

Lana Heltzel, Contributing Writer
March 10
Filed under In Print, News

On March 3-5, nerds invaded Guilford College campus. Members of the Greensboro community arrived cosplay-clad to attend the Yachting Club’s annual “What The Hell?!” Con. Hosted in Dana Auditorium and Duke Hall, the convention dedicated to all things geeky was first held in 2001. Attractions...

Actor/Director Bill Paxton dies at 61

Actor/Director Bill Paxton dies at 61

Nate McManus, Contributing Writer
March 7
Filed under Archives, News, Web Exclusive

Beloved actor and director Bill Paxton passed away at the age of 61. The versatile actor tragically lost his life after complications from surgery on February 25, 2017. Paxton was known for his prolific acting and lighthearted wit. The famed actor died by the side of his wife of thirty years, Louise...

Student Senate Update

Student Senate Update

Collin Gendron, Business Manager
March 5
Filed under News

Senate Meeting Feb 27 Brainstorming ideas on building community Rallying campus spirit Ethical leadership Team advisors Learning collaboratively Senate Article Feb 27 The Senate meeting for this week focused on brainstorming ideas for ways to improve Guilford. The main concepts that wer...

Program offers criminal justice masters degree

Program offers criminal justice masters degree

Hannah Shoemaker, Staff Writer
March 5
Filed under News

This fall, with the introduction of a Master of Science in Criminal Justice program, Guilford College will welcome its first class of graduate students since the 1970s. “The focus of the program is how (to) make criminal justice better within our immediate area,” said Jerry Joplin, professor of...

Students put up new signs in response to the College

Students put up new signs in response to the College

Beatriz Caldas, Managing Editor
March 5
Filed under News

After the protest that caught the attention of the entire Guilford College community on Wednesday, March 1, President Jane Fernandes sent two emails addressing the students about her plans for the future. Students gathered in front of Founders Hall to demand answers from Public Safety and the administration...

Students explore food justice, access at FoodStorm Conference

Students explore food justice, access at FoodStorm Conference

Abigail Bekele, Contributing Writing
March 3
Filed under News, Top Stories

Students, faculty and the greater Greensboro community joined together to connect people interested in food justice at the third annual local FoodStorm Conference, hosted by Guilford College on Feb. 25. The day was filled with workshops where people could go and learn about different ways the city...