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Hurricane Florence may only be the start

Hurricane Florence may only be the start

Janavi Mehta, Staff Writer

September 21, 2018


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Hurricane Florence made landfall early Sept. 14.  on the coast of the Carolinas, bringing strong winds, high storm surges and torrential rainfall. Florence developed off the west side of Africa and had a rocky track up to the United States coast. Florence gathered immense power and became a Category...

Florence damages affect NC hog farms

Yunah Kim and Abigail AbantoHollans

September 21, 2018


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Hurricane Florence’s recent impact of heavy winds and rainfall on the east coast, particularly in North Carolina, has reignited discussion of the mechanisms of Concentrated Animal Feeding Operation farming and the environmental impacts CAFO farms project when combined with weather events like Florence. “As...

GSBA looks to be open to campus community

Peter Zheng, Staff Writer

September 21, 2018


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The Guilford Student Body Association was formed this academic year by combining the Community Senate and CCE Student Government Association. GSBA is seeking to make changes to the operations of the two older organizations. GSBA hopes to better represent all students while creating a greater sense...

Professor Andrew Saulters releases new book

Yunah Kim, News Editor

September 14, 2018


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Part-time Lecturer of English and Director of Unicorn Press Andrew Saulters launched his new book, “No, It’s Just You: A Memoir in 58 One-Act Plays and One Montage,” at Scuppernong Books in Greensboro on Tuesday, Sept. 4 at 7 p.m. The launch event celebrated the beginnings of Scuppernong Editions...

Campus reflects on additions to Hege Library

Lucas Collazo, Staff Writer

September 14, 2018


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It is not uncommon for colleges and universities to make changes in an effort to increase comfort and resources for students. With the new Guided Discovery Program, Guilford is no exception. Guilford has implemented Guided Discovery to help drive the first-year experience in efforts to transform the...

“Off the Streets” brings color to Hege Library

“Off the Streets” brings color to Hege Library

Navya Belavadi and Ethan Santana

September 14, 2018


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In a typical art exhibition, impressions are everything. The goal is to make an impact on the audience, leave them yearning for more and having learned or felt something new. “Off the Streets,” created by Williamsburg, Virginia Artist, Caroline Garrett Hardy, strives to do just that, with its...

Panel shows why NC could turn to renewable energy

Panel shows why NC could turn to renewable energy

Ryan Brown and Peter Zheng

September 14, 2018


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According to the United States Department of Energy, only 25.73 percent of North Carolina’s electricity is currently derived from renewable sources. Panelists, Margaret Rowlett, a member of the Greensboro Earth Quakers, and Kathe Latham and Shawn Berry, two representatives from the Sierra Club’s...

Welcome Week activities display vibrance

Welcome Week activities display vibrance

September 7, 2018


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Welcome Week 2018 was filled with different events that were held for Guilford students to welcome them back to campus. Director for Student Leadership and Engagement Tim Johnson, Assistant Director for Student Leadership and Engagement Jalen Baker, and Lateesha Watkins, the Grad assistant for Student...

Axelrod, Rove to debut 2018 Bryan Series

Axelrod, Rove to debut 2018 Bryan Series

Finn Williamson, Assistant Web Editor

September 7, 2018


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Editor's Note: The Bryan Series event has been postponed until October 1 because of Hurricane Florence.  Kicking off the Guilford College Bryan Series will be the duo of David Axelrod and Karl Rove. The event will be held on Sept. 13 at 7 p.m. at the Greensboro Coliseum. Both speakers are successf...