The Guilfordian

Student exercise imperative for bone health

Annette Varghese, Staff Writer

November 2, 2018


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Break a leg ... or maybe not. Good bone health is crucial for athletes, both young and old. As a recreational or competitive athlete, bone health must to be well-maintained by eating healthy, putting less negative stress on bones and retaining the proper amount of Vitamin D and calcium. Poor bone...

Kids Fest returns

Ethan Santana, Staff Writer

November 2, 2018


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“They’re just living life,” said junior Tibaria Alnouri. “Kids remind me to chill out. I’m really into theory and the abstract, and they just simplify things and bring me back to Earth.” On Saturday, Oct. 28, Project Community hosted the 25th Annual Kids Fest in the New Garden Friends...

Guided Discovery hosts open house in library

Guided Discovery hosts open house in library

DaeQuan Fitzgerald, Editor-in-Chief

November 2, 2018


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One of the biggest transitions Guilford College made for this fall was the introduction of Guided Discovery to replace the Career Development office. The Guided Discovery team was made official and the College made an official announcement on Oct. 5. The team is comprised of Guilford Guides who act as...

Guilford Pride hosts Pronouns Day booth

Jake Ramsaur, Staff Writer

October 26, 2018


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Wednesday, Oct. 17 marked the first International Pronouns Day. International Pronouns Day was created to help encourage people to share and respect each other’s pronouns. “There are almost two hundred organizations, Guilford being one of them, supporting the very first International Pronouns...

HUG celebrates Hispanic Heritage Month

HUG celebrates Hispanic Heritage Month

Ethan Santana and Navya Belavadi

October 26, 2018


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Hispanic Heritage Month is a time to for Lantinx to honor their history, accomplishments and goals, but it is also an opportunity for non-Latinx community members to show their support for the Latinx community. As part of Hispanic Heritage Month, Hispanos Unidos de Guilford held a banquet in Hege...

Open mic shares the talents of students

Open mic shares the talents of students

Anna Gamez, Staff Writer

October 26, 2018


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In the lounge of the Community Center, dozens of students were gathered for the open-mic night performances on Friday, Oct. 5. Lights were dimmed at the event, titled “Speak Your Truth,” where community members witnessed around a dozen students rapping, singing, performing spoken word poetry and...

Thistle Farm gives security, jobs to survivors

Elliott Rodden and Peter Zheng

October 26, 2018


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Becca Stevens, founder and president of Thistle Farms, gave a talk on Oct. 2 about her movement to empower women and how interested women could start a sister program to support women in their area. Thistle Farms is a social justice enterprise that seeks to help women survivors of abuse and addiction...

UN investigates war crimes in Yemen

Fletcher Brooks, Staff Writer

October 5, 2018


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The United Nations has just approved the continuation of an investigation into the possible war crimes committed by belligerents in the Yemeni Civil War. An ongoing operation begun in September of 2017, when the United Nations passed Resolution 36/31. This measure was implemented after three years of...

Homecoming art exhibit celebrates Nydorf

Homecoming art exhibit celebrates Nydorf

Anna Gamez, Staff Writer

October 5, 2018


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As part of Guilford’s Homecoming & Family Weekend, the Art Exhibit Opening and Celebration of Roy Nydorf was held in the Bauman Galleries of the 2nd Floor Founders Hall from 5 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. Nydorf, professor emeritus of art, joined Guilford’s Art Department in 1978 and taught a range of...