The Guilfordian

Women’s soccer strives to reach playoff goals

Nicole Zelniker, Editor-In-Chief

September 8, 2016


Filed under In Print, Sports

Whether it is on the field, in the classroom or during extracurricular activities, the players on Guilford’s College’s Women’s soccer team are scoring big. This year, the team is predominantly first-years and sophomores. “We lost a lot of people due to injuries and family stuff and things...

Football season is back with NFL, AFC, NFC and more

Football season is back with NFL, AFC, NFC and more

Tejas Santanam, Staff Writer

September 8, 2016


Filed under In Print, Sports

The wait is finally over. With the NFL season commencing this week, people nationwide will see the return of tailgating, fantasy football and games from afternoon to night every Sunday. Of course, with 267 games from September to February, cheering on a favorite team can seem like a daunting task....

Accessibility on campus needs improvement

Accessibility on campus needs improvement

Sonia McLamb, Staff Writer

September 8, 2016


Filed under In Print, Opinion

Guilford College emphasizes understanding and accommodation for all kinds of students from all kinds of circumstances. This has, over the past few years, come to include students with disabilities more than ever before. Though there is still much work to be done, Guilford is currently doing a lot to...

Dialogue promotes integrity, openness

Dialogue promotes integrity, openness

Meghana Iragavarapu, Features Editor

September 8, 2016


Filed under In Print, News

On Aug. 1, Guilford College held its first “Dialogue on Diversity and Inclusion.” As a three-part series, these dialogue serve to offer a safe space for students, faculty and staff to listen and communicate about power, privilege and oppression. “The conversation … really began when the...

Pipeline could hurt Sioux, 10 million others

Pipeline could hurt Sioux, 10 million others

Morgan Dollack, Staff Writer

September 8, 2016


Filed under In Print, Opinion

Starting with just a few dozen, thousands of people have now been collectively gathering to halt the construction of the Dakota Access Pipeline in protests that have been violently opposed by private security. After the Keystone XL pipeline proposal was shut down, another oil company, Energy Transfer...

High Point Museum offers history, music and craft

High Point Museum offers history, music and craft

Abe Kenmore, Social Justice and Diversity Coordinator

September 8, 2016


Filed under Features, In Print

Chris Testerman made his first fiddle in high school. “Fiddle was my favorite instrument, but I couldn’t afford one, and my family couldn’t neither,” he said. Luckily, he met Audrey Hash Ham, a luthier — or instrument maker — and fiddle player, who helped him build an instrument of...

No Man’s Sky fails, impresses no one

No Man’s Sky fails, impresses no one

Maksym Kosachevskyy, Staff Writer

September 8, 2016


Filed under Features, In Print

“You can’t escape the never-ending boredom of No Man’s Sky,” said Early College senior Ali Chaudhry. On Aug. 9, video game developer Hello Games released No Man’s Sky, an open world exploration role playing game for the PlayStation 4 and Microsoft Windows. In No Man’s Sky, you play the...

MTV Video Music Awards impresses viewers

MTV Video Music Awards impresses viewers

Praveena Somasundaram, Staff Writer

September 8, 2016


Filed under Features, In Print

On Aug. 28, 6.5 million people tuned in to watch performances and celebrity soliloquies during the MTV Video Music Awards. The star-studded event attracted everyone from fashion critics to enthusiastic fans alike. The night was filled with excitement for the anticipated performances. Rihanna performed...

Humans guilty in case for climate justice

Humans guilty in case for climate justice

Ian Penny, World & Nation Editor

September 8, 2016


Filed under In Print, Opinion

Imagine you’re a plaintiff in a courtroom. You’re seeking damages in a civil case from a person or a group of people for eroding your oceanfront property, harming your lung capacity or killing your crops. The tool they used to do it: carbon dioxide. You’re suing the perpetrator who caused cli...