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  • 2/22 Guilfordian Open House The Pub Suite (in the SOC) 4:00 pm - 6:00 pm

  • 2/21 Q&A w/Bryan Series Speaker Bryan Stevenson 3:30 pm Founders Hall - East Gallery

  • 2/21 Support the Guilford softball team fundraiser @ East Coast Wings off of New Garden

  • Speed/agility enhancement program on Tues. and Thurs., 6:45 am at the athletic complex

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...

Bryan Stevenson to discuss policy, injustice

Bryan Stevenson to discuss policy, injustice

February 18
Filed under In Print, News

Not many Harvard-educated lawyers spend their careers defending poor clients on death row but that is exactly what Bryan Stevenson has done. On Feb. 21, Stevenson will give the second Bryan Series lecture of the year. “Personally, I’ve been looking most forward to this program,” said Ty Buckner,...

Event spurs discussion, examination

Event spurs discussion, examination

Fernando Jimenez, Photo Editor
February 17
Filed under In Print, News, Top Stories

"I see the All Black Everything Symposium as a day of discussion, where we can engage in meaningful dialogue around pressing issues facing our community,” Dr. Brian L. McGowan said in his speech. “I also view it as a day of celebration and liberation because being black is beautiful.” In celebration...

A Day Without Immigrants

A Day Without Immigrants

Fernando Jimenez, Photography Editor
February 17
Filed under Breaking News, News, Social Justice, Top Stories

“La Bamba” played within the walls of the Central Carolina Worker Justice Center  as members of the Latinx community gathered to make signs in preparation for the Day Without Immigrants protest that took place Thursday. Feb. 16 at 2 p.m. in downtown Greensboro, North Carolina. “In a da...

In Memoriam: Remembering Devin, Bill, and Jeff

Beatriz Caldas, Managing Editor
February 10
Filed under News

“May we have the grace to see, despite the hurt of rupture, the searing of anger, and the empty disappointment, that whoever we have loved, such love can never quench.” Wess Daniels, director of Friends Center, read a part of John O’Donohue’s prayer “For lost friends” on Feb. 1 in ...

Committee makes progress

Ian Penny, World & Nation Editor
February 9
Filed under News

The search for Guilford College’s next vice president for academic affairs and academic dean has entered the semifinal stage. President Jane Fernandes announced the national hunt to fill the position in an email on Oct. 31, 2016. Since then, a 13-person search committee has reached out to the higher...

Neil deGrasse Tyson talks science literacy

Neil deGrasse Tyson talks science literacy

Nicole Zelniker, Editor-in-Chief
February 9
Filed under News, Top Stories

For a man who has spent his life studying the stars, Neil deGrasse Tyson’s Bryan Series event was incredibly down-to-earth. “This is the first time I’ve ever given a talk in a place that has skyboxes,” Tyson joked at the beginning of his talk. “Send me a beer if you get one.” Tyson,...

Students give thanks to retired adviser

Students give thanks to retired adviser

Beatriz Caldas and Meghana Iragavarapu
January 24
Filed under In Print, News

(Originally written and published in 9/2016) On Dec. 15, 1947, a little boy was born in the small town of Parma, Ohio. He grew to share his passion for writing and zest for life at Cleveland State University, the University of Toledo and Kent State University. In 1987, he became the faculty ...