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Greensboro getaways: parks and more

Greensboro getaways: parks and more

Naari Honor, Web Editor
March 28
Filed under In Print, Opinion, Top Stories

One of the selling points that helped to solidify my decision to make Guilford my future alma mater was its beautiful grounds. The smattering of brick buildings between a natural scene that was free for anyone to run rampant called to the artistic hippie within me. While I am still taken aback by the...

Letter to the Editor: Students Need to Go Beyond Dialogue by Embracing Their Power

Letter to the Editor: Students Need to Go Beyond Dialogue by Embracing Their Power

Samir Hazboun
March 17
Filed under Letter to the Editor, Opinion, Top Stories, Web Exclusive

On March 10, The Guilfordian published an article titled “Students need to listen to others in our community” that commented upon the events surrounding the assault of a black trans student, the administration and the protest actions that students organized to make their voices heard. The author’s...

Housing updates buildings, gains Hodgins

Housing updates buildings, gains Hodgins

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

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...

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,”...

Pop culture continues political trends

Pop culture continues political trends

Nicole Zelniker, Editor-in-Chief
March 10
Filed under In Print, Top Stories, World & Nation

From the first Muslim man to receive an Oscar, to the first movie about a queer character winning best picture, the 89th Academy Awards was full of firsts. Nominations this year included “Moonlight,” about a gay black man, “Hidden Figures,” about three black women who worked for NASA, and...

Athletes reflect on idols, Black History Month

Athletes reflect on idols, Black History Month

Ian Penny, World & Nation Editor
March 3
Filed under Sports, Top Stories

From Jesse Owens to Venus and Serena Williams, black athletes in the public sphere have earned respect and admiration for their actions in competition and out in the world. Student athletes at Guilford took the time to explain what contemporary sports figures they hold in high esteem and why. “I...

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...

Brexit still affects and threatens the future of the UK

Brexit still affects and threatens the future of the UK

Abe Kenmore, Opinion Editor
March 3
Filed under Top Stories, World & Nation

Britain’s vote to leave the European Union in 2016 shocked the world. “I was horrified,” said Caroline McAlister, visiting instructor of English, who led two January terms to England. “My daughter was over there when the vote actually took place. She walked out of her hotel and saw people...