The Guilfordian

Letter to the editor: Quaker Cupboard

Anna Honer and QC Staff, Guest Writer

December 20, 2019

Dear Editor and Student Body, Food insecurity is a crisis running rampant both on the national level and right here at home. Food insecurity on college campuses ranges from nine to 50 percent. In 2016, 3.3 million low income college students were at risk for food insecurity. In 2018, the Greensboro and High Point...

Letter to the editor: The Hut

November 16, 2018

What’s in a name? We recently observed Veterans Day, which once was called Armistice Day, a celebration of the end of a devastating war. Now the focus of November 11, while rightly honoring selfless service, gives little attention to peace and the horrors of war. The College has recently announced...

Letter to the editor: Library

October 5, 2018

Dear editor, I went to the Guilford College library a few weeks ago to check out the new tent city.  While strolling through the various exhibits on the first floor, I noticed two newly published books of interest, neither of which had I heard about before, one a psychobiography of Bob Dylan, the...

Letter to the editor: Softball field

September 21, 2018

As Guilford has remodeled or expanded parts of its campus infrastructure, 2018 has brought a project which builds nothing new and offers misplaced repetition. The location proposed for a new softball stadium is the wooded valley and hillside east of the current baseball and football fields on campus. ...

Staff Editorial: Florence sparks discussion of media accuracy

Staff Editorial: Florence sparks discussion of media accuracy

September 21, 2018

Prior to hurricane Florence hitting the United States’ atlantic coast, many news reports from several media outlets, including newspapers, television and radio, emphasized the dangers of the storm, which began as a category five hurricane. The iminent disaster was highlighted as a reason for seeking...

Letter to the editor: Renovations

September 7, 2018

Change can be necessary. When Mary Hobbs was falling apart, Guilford spent a year renovating the space, and Hobbs came out looking better than ever. But the changes that are happening now – adding a for-profit coffee shop in the Hut and taking away The Greenleaf Coffee Co-op – are not necessary,...

Letter To The Editor

April 20, 2018

To the Editor: Facebook founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg spent 10 hours, over the course of two days, testifying before both houses of Congress last week. That news rightly took a back seat to reports of a grisly chemical weapons attack against people in the Syrian town of Douma, and of President Trump’s...

Letter to the Editor: Guilford Edge

Letter to the Editor: Guilford Edge

Nicole S. Cline

February 2, 2018

To whom this may concern: “Guilford Edge set to shake up schedule” seems like an interesting plan with good ideas being proposed. There are a few areas that might benefit from deeper consideration, but I am focusing on the schedule as stressed in your piece. I was a CCE student at Guilford...

Letter to the Editor

September 29, 2017

As the previous ICC chair for Guilford’s Community Senate, I worked hand in hand with all 50 clubs that Guilford has to offer to the community. I took attendance at every Senate meeting and at every ICC meeting. I set high standards for the clubs to meet because I wanted to see the community grow and...