The Guilfordian

Staff Editorial: Title IX training shows need for focus

Staff Editorial: Title IX training shows need for focus

February 1, 2019

On Jan. 25, the Title IX Coordinator and Vice President for Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Barbara Lawrence sent out email with a link to the mandatory sexual assault prevention training for all student. This training is important but only the start to stop sexual assault and harassment. The Guilford...

“Glass” fails to follow “Unbreakable”

“Glass” fails to follow “Unbreakable”

Liam Connolly, Staff Writer

February 1, 2019

If you asked me to describe M. Night Shyamalan’s “Glass” to you, I would say it’s like he wrote the first draft of what could have been an amazing film, then he never bothered to write another draft. Fundamentally speaking, it’s not just bad writing that killed “Glass,” but ego as well. ...

NFL Overtime rule costed Kansas City, needs change

Elliot Adamson, Staff Writer

February 1, 2019

Nearly two weeks ago, fans of American football gathered to watch a pair of games to decide which two teams would advance to Super Bowl LIII. Yet, despite the hype, the two games were best remembered for the controversy that decided them. Although the most discussed moment of the weekend was the missed ...

Mumford & Sons’ “Delta” proves worthy

Mumford & Sons’ “Delta” proves worthy

Tyler Sehnal, Staff Writer

February 1, 2019

Early on, it’s clear that Mumford & Sons’ fourth studio effort, “Delta,” is by no means an attempt by the band to reinvent the wheel. Released on November 16, 2018, the album has since managed to top the U.S. Billboard Hot 200, likely for the simple fact that it’s a Mumford & Sons alb...

Staff Editorial: Reporting stands tall during the shutdown

Staff Editorial: Reporting stands tall during the shutdown

January 25, 2019

Political polarization has officially come to a head. President Donald Trump’s demands for $5.7 billion to fund his border wall between the United States and Mexico have caused the federal government shutdown, leading 380,000 government employees to be furloughed immediately without pay. Stretching longer...

Guilford Edge offers academic support

Guilford Edge offers academic support

Tyler Sehnal, Staff Writer

January 25, 2019

If your early Guilford experience was anything like mine, academic advising was something that was highly recommended to you as a first-year or even prior to your enrollment at Guilford. However, if you are anything like me, you might have shrugged off these suggestions and thought to yourself, “I ...

Government shutdown hitting the people

Government shutdown hitting the people

Jenni Camhi, Copy Editor

January 25, 2019

Anyone who has been watching the news this year knows that America is currently in a state of crisis. The government was partially shut down about a month ago on Dec. 22, when Congress could not come to an agreement on funding regarding Trump’s infamous campaign promise to build a border wall between...

“Bohemian Rhapsody” deserves accolades

“Bohemian Rhapsody” deserves accolades

Liam Connolly, Staff Writer

January 25, 2019

The Golden Globes have come and gone once again, but many are unhappy with this year’s results, particularly with “Bohemian Rhapsody” winning the award for Best Motion Picture-Drama. The Freddie Mercury biopic, starring Rami Malek as the late rock legend, has been controversial since the start,...

‘Psycho,’ ‘Broken’ and more: Songs we hated most in 2018

‘Psycho,’ ‘Broken’ and more: Songs we hated most in 2018

Lana Heltzel, Executive Copy Editor

January 18, 2019

When I look at the year of pop music in review, I like to notice the overarching, unifying themes that defined the year. 2016 was the year of EDM pop, with artists like The Chainsmokers and DJ Snake infiltrating the top 40. Meanwhile, 2017 was the year of Ed Sheeran, much to my chagrin. So, what feeling...