The Guilfordian

Guilford Amnesty International chapter defends human rights

Guilford Amnesty International chapter defends human rights

Roman Raies, Staff Writer

February 16, 2018


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In 2016, Guilford students Melissa Fourrier, Juliana Evans-Anfom, Maggie Albert, Spencer File and Haya Al-Attar launched the Guilford chapter of Amnesty International, a global organization dedicated to opposing human rights violations. Fourrier initially proposed the idea to peers in her peace and...

Koppel looks to make mark on Bryan series

Koppel looks to make mark on Bryan series

Finn Williamson, Senior Writer

February 16, 2018


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“I don’t remember a time in my life where I didn’t want to be a reporter,” said broadcast journalist and author Ted Koppel in a phone interview with The Guilfordian. Koppel will be speaking as part of the Guilford College Bryan Series on Feb. 20 at the Greensboro Coliseum. Koppel has been...

Black Theology panel gives new perspective on Faith

Black Theology panel gives new perspective on Faith

Jonah Selom, Staff Writer

February 16, 2018


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On Thursday, Feb. 8, Guilford community members gathered for a panel on black theology. Panelists included board member of the Renaissance Community Cooperative Casey Thomas ’10, University of North Carolina at Greensboro graduate Ayah Khalifa, vice chair of the Justice and Reconciliation Team in...

Fernandes joins Presidents’ Alliance

Fernandes joins Presidents’ Alliance

Roman Raies, Staff Writer

February 9, 2018


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On Dec. 12, 2017, Guilford College President Jane Fernandes joined over two dozen other college presidents from around the country to create the Presidents’ Alliance for Higher Education and Immigration. The Alliance was created to advocate for policies which protect immigrant, undocumented and...

Food Justice lecture builds positive discussion

Food Justice lecture builds positive discussion

DaeQuan Fitzgerald, Managing Editor

February 9, 2018


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North Carolina is ranked the No. 8 state in terms of food insecurity. The Greensboro-High Point metropolitan area continuously ranks as one of the areas with the most difficulty securing food based on a percentage of the total population. These and other issues of local food insecurity were discussed...

Guilford staff face layoffs due to budget cuts

Guilford staff face layoffs due to budget cuts

Hannah Shoemaker, News Editor

February 9, 2018


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Assistant Director of Internships Amber Slade will no longer be working at Guilford College. Slade was laid off due to a recent round of budget cuts after working in the Career Development Center since April 2017. “Amber has communications with all of the organizations who have worked with Guilford...

Guilford College News in Brief

Guilford College News in Brief

February 9, 2018


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Quaker lunch teaches about core values Guilford’s core values consist of community, diversity, equality, excellence, integrity, justice and stewardship. On Thursday, Feb. 1, Guilford offered students, faculty, staff and other community members the opportunity to learn about the origins of the Co...

Study abroad takes students around the world

Study abroad takes students around the world

Finn Williamson, Senior Writer

February 2, 2018


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With over 800 academic programs in 75 countries, Guilford College’s Study Abroad Office has something for everyone. “If you want to study something in Iceland, we can set that up for you,” said Robbie Van Pelt, interim assistant director of study abroad. Guilford not only hosts programs in...