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Sustainable Food Systems faculty presents curriculum

Sustainable Food Systems faculty presents curriculum

Laura Hay, Staff Writers

November 17, 2017No Comments

On Monday, Nov. 6, the Office of Student Leadership and Engagement and the Honors Program hosted a dinner and discussion about Guilford’s sustainable...

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Moore speaks about “The other Wes Moore”

Moore speaks about “The other Wes Moore”

November 17, 2017

“There are Wes Moores in every one of our communities, every one of our schools,” said Wes Moore during his presentation at Guilford on Nov....

Diversity of staff and faculty headed upwards

Diversity of staff and faculty headed upwards

November 10, 2017

Since Guilford College was founded in 1837, diversity has been one of its seven core values, which are principles that must be perpetuated throughout...

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News in Brief

News in Brief

November 17, 2017No Comments

Zimbabwe On Tuesday, Nov. 14, the Zimbabwean army assumed country-wide control, stating that it was “removing criminals” surrounding Robert Mugabe, the country’s p...

Etsuo’s corner: introducing XinXin

November 17, 2017

Editor’s note: Etsuo’s Corner is a weekly column for World & Nation by Etsuo Fujita, an international student from Japan. Fujita features...

Trump declares opioids a national health emergency

Trump declares opioids a national health emergency

November 17, 2017

On Oct. 26, President Donald Trump declared the opioid epidemic a national public health emergency. “We are currently dealing with the worst...

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New Saw movie, old plot

New Saw movie, old plot

Tanetta Kelly, Staff Writer

November 17, 2017No Comments

Warm buttery popcorn. Check. Big icy cold drink. Check. Overpriced candy. Check. I was ready to see and critique the latest in the “Saw” franchise, “Jigsaw.” I...

Taylor Swift should only speak out if she contributes

Taylor Swift should only speak out if she contributes

November 17, 2017

Snake. Victim. Trouble. Taylor Swift. For many people who follow the lives of celebrities and Hollywood drama, all of these words are synonymous. Taylor...

Staff Editorial: Mental health should be first priority for students

Staff Editorial: Mental health should be first priority for students

November 17, 2017

In recent years, the use of electronic devices, such as smartphones and laptops, has become normalized, especially in teenagers ranging in age...

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Students of the Early College at Guilford host blood drive in honor of former student

Students of the Early College at Guilford host blood drive in honor of former student

Praveena Somasundaram, Features Editor

November 17, 2017No Comments

Students at the Early College at Guilford College helped raise awareness about suicide prevention and mental health issues at a blood drive on campus. The drive was held in...

Students’ views on gun control

Students’ views on gun control

November 17, 2017

“She Kills Monsters” slays in Sternberger

November 17, 2017

The laughs of the audience during the second performance of Guilford’s production of “She Kills Monsters” rang loud through the Sternberger...

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Sit Down and Get Uncomfortable: Episode 1 Allyship

Sit Down and Get Uncomfortable is a weekly show about discussing uncomfortable topics. To The White Woman I Can No Longer Be Friends With https://byrslf.co/to-the-whi...

November 14, 2017

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Men’s soccer looks forward to improvement

Jonathan Hudson, Staff Writer
November 17, 2017

Soccer is a game of bounces. One bad bounce can win or lose a game. Guilford College’s men’s soccer team had a rough season with multiple unlucky bounces throughout the fall, leading them to finish the season with an overall record of 2-16 and 2-7 in the Old Dominion Athletic Conference. This caused them to miss the conference tournament. “Obviously (the season was) disappointing,” said head coach Cory Speed. “I think we expected better things for ourselves this year, but we really...

Women’s soccer team reflects on season, road ahead

Women’s soccer team reflects on season, road ahead

Nate Williams, Staff Writer
November 17, 2017

The crushing defeat Guilford College’s women’s soccer team suffered in their last regular season game lowered their spirits, but it did not take much to lift them back up. The Quakers started strong this year, 2-0, with some big wins against William Peace University and John Wesley University. However, they suffered a skid, losing six of the next seven games. It was soon flipped after the women’s...

Guilford’s kicker Kiser shares experience

Guilford’s kicker Kiser shares experience

Jonathan Hudson, Staff Writer
November 10, 2017

Of the positions in the game of football, the performance of the kicker takes the most individual effort, and the pressure put on the kicker often gets overlooked by the simplicity of his task, which is to kick the ball down field or kick it through the uprights. The Guilfordian sat down with sophomore Harrison Kiser, the starting kicker of the Quakers football team. Q: When did you first start pl...

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