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The 2012 Presidential election: Views across campus

November 16, 2012

And the winner is … Obama! After months of scorching criticism, name calling, and unforgettable election hashtags on Twitter, such as #malarkey, #bindersfullofwomen and #BigBird, the grueling campaigns...

Is marriage privatization for you?

November 16, 2012

Imagine a world where marriage has been completely privatized, where the government will no longer recognize people as being legally married. I know — pretty hard to picture something so bleak. But you...

Reflections on the day after

November 9, 2012

North Carolina, Southerners on New Ground (SONG) November 7, 2012 As Lesbian, Gay, Trans, Bisexual, Queer people and our allies, we members of North Carolina SONG woke this morning to a world that...

Staff Editorial: Grab that pen, write a novel in a month

November 9, 2012

Love books? Write one! November is NaNoWriMo (National Novel Writing Month), and some Guilford students are breaking from the norm of reading novels and instead creating one of their own. NaNoWriMo...

Once upon a time in Mexico: Mormons vs. cartels

November 9, 2012

Colonia Juárez, Mexico. The cartels had become the de facto authorities and, at best, the police, mired in accusations of corruption, did nothing. At worst, they led cartel hitmen straight to the colonists’...

Campus seeks to improve resources for sexual assault victims: there are no easy answers or quick fixes

November 9, 2012

Do you ever wonder about the safety of our campus? How about violence? Or sexual assault? I never did. That is, until I read an article from Amherst University’s student newspaper written by a student...

Better than Jordan, yeah right, I want to be like Mike

November 9, 2012

I’d rather be like Mike. Not Kobe Bryant. Not Lebron James, but Mike. Although Bryant and James are having phenomenal careers, you’d need to combine both of their careers to come close to topping Jordan’s...

Fall of the famous house of sticks

November 9, 2012

Phallus Palace. That’s the moniker many Guilford students have bestowed upon the wooden monument in the middle of campus. On a basic level, it’s easy to see why: the intricately woven structures...

Has the American dream become disabled?

November 2, 2012

In 1931, James Truslow Adams, a popular historian, coined the phrase “American dream” in his book “The Epic of America.”  He defined America's dream as a better, richer and happier life for all...

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