The Guilfordian

Egg used to emphasize mental health

Egg used to emphasize mental health

Navya Belavadi, Staff Writer

February 15, 2019


Filed under In Print, Opinion

The Instagram Egg that recently cracked a world record is the best thing to ever sweep the Internet. With now over 52 million likes on Instagram, a picture of an egg posted by @world_record_egg surpassed the last record holder, Kylie Jenner, who had 18 million likes on her post. It has since become ...

Crisco leads men’s lacrosse for 2019 season

DaeQuan Fitzgerald, Editor-in-Chief

February 15, 2019


Filed under In Print, Sports

Guilford College men’s lacrosse ended the 2018 season just above .500 at 9-8, and saw the end of head coach Tom Carmean’s tenure with the Quakers. He leaves with 67-61 cumulative record over eight years, and is the winningest coach in program history. Carmean was replaced by his second-in-comma...

Despite low score, history was made in Super Bowl 53

Despite low score, history was made in Super Bowl 53

Hunter Neal, Staff Writer

February 15, 2019


Filed under In Print, Sports

On Feb. 3, history was made during Super Bowl LIII as career milestones were broken, but the lack of play from two of the top-scoring offenses in the league set records as well. After 60 minutes of football, the New England Patriots beat the Los Angeles Rams 13-3. The New England Patriots franchise tied ...

Flamini,Quakers’ women’s basketball secure ODAC

Flamini,Quakers’ women’s basketball secure ODAC

Andrew Walker, Sports and Web Editor

February 15, 2019


Filed under In Print, Sports, Top Stories

The Guilford women’s basketball team started the season with only winning two of their first five games, but since then have gone 17-3. The team clinched the Old Dominion Athletic Conference regular-season championship and secured the first seed for the ODAC Tournament. The Quakers lead the ODAC with...

Men’s basketball continues its momentum

Men’s basketball continues its momentum

Trey Kawugule, Staff Writer

February 8, 2019


Filed under In Print, Sports, Top Stories

The men’s basketball team is on a roll again. A loss against Roanoke College on Dec. 9 ended the Quakers’ seven game win streak. In response, the team started a new one. The team has rebounded from that five-point home loss to win six in a row, the most notable of which was a tight 88-82 overtime win...

Studies show coffee may have health benefits

Annette Varghese, Staff Writer

February 8, 2019


Filed under Features, In Print, Science & Tech

Have a cup of joe, it could save your life. Recent studies have shown that coffee may lead to long term health benefits. According to Dr. Robert H Shmerling of Harvard Health Publishing, coffee consumption is linked to decreased risk of cardiovascular disease, including heart attacks and strokes. In...

Community Service Institute training prepares community for service

Elliot Adamson, Staff Writer

February 8, 2019


Filed under Features, In Print

This year’s makeup Community Service Institute training session aimed to demonstrate the dedication of Guilford College to promoting volunteering and serving the community. Whether through presenting information and advice or helping attendees’ communication skills, the training event served to prepare...

Munich interest meeting held in Orangerie

Zach Bradley, Staff Writer

February 8, 2019


Filed under Features, In Print

On Jan. 30 from 1:00 to 2:00 p.m a special interest meeting was held in the Orangerie beside Binford for the Munich study abroad program. As people filed into the Orangerie, the air was filled with excited chatter as the students who studied abroad in Munich during the fall semester prepared presentations. As...

Betting on sports sparks controversy

Max Elkan, Staff Writer

February 8, 2019


Filed under In Print, Sports

In May 2018, the U.S. Supreme Court struck down the 1992 Professional and Amatuer Sports Protection Act (PASPA) legislation, allowing states to make moves toward the legalization of sports gambling. The act was previously backed by the NCAA, NFL and NBA until 2018 when it was deemed unconstitutional...