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Women’s Basketball team ranks high by NCAA prepares for spring games, ODAC

Women’s Basketball team ranks high by NCAA prepares for spring games, ODAC

Andrew Walker, Staff Writer
February 17
Filed under In Print, Sports, Top Stories

Sometimes expectations are not met, but the Guilford College women’s basketball team has been meeting their expectations so far this season. The team has an overall record of 19-3 and are 12-2 in the Old Dominion Athletic Conference. The regular season ends Saturday with a game at Washington and...

Students share stories at Womyn with a Y

Students share stories at Womyn with a Y

Praveena Somasundaram, Staff Writer
February 17
Filed under Features, In Print, Top Stories

“I think people should come see this play because it’ll make you really uncomfortable,” said senior Jocelyn Foshay. Foshay was a director and performer for “Womyn with a Y,” a series of monologues performed by Guilford College students to share the stories of different women. The monologues...

Students get involved on campus

Students get involved on campus

Nicole Zelniker, Editor-In-Chief
February 17
Filed under In Print, Opinion, Top Stories

Whether you voted last November, boycotted President Donald Trump’s inauguration or have since marched in a protest, it’s not enough. Though it is important to vote in every election and protest the policies you don’t believe in, it is also important to get involved locally, on campus and in...

Protests worldwide, nationally garner attention

Protests worldwide, nationally garner attention

Ian Penny, World & Nation Editor
February 17
Filed under In Print, Social Justice, Top Stories, World & Nation

Thousands huddle together under nighttime lights. Droves of creative signs and flags sprinkle a crowd. Authorities line up behind rows of riot shields and tear gas. Protests always create captivating images. The latest such examples feature the Romanian people taking to the streets en masse. The...

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...

Men’s and women’s track teams prepare for the upcoming semester, future track meets

Men’s and women’s track teams prepare for  the upcoming semester, future track meets

Abe Kenmore, Opinion Editor
February 10
Filed under In Print, Sports, Top Stories

The track team is ready for a new semester or, more accurately, the track teams. Track and field is starting off its first season of being split into a men’s and a women’s team, leaving the teams short on staff. “(At the moment) there are very few coaches to help out,” said head coach Danny...