The Guilfordian

Homelessness trends in Greensboro

Emma English, Guest Writer

December 20, 2019

For many in the Guilford Community, the Folk Festival in downtown Greensboro is a weekend of fun-filled events with incredible live music and vibrant art. For Marcus Smith, it was a death sentence. During the 2018 Folk Festival, Marcus Smith went to the police for help during a mental health emergen...

Women’s basketball dominates in early games

Nia Gill, Staff Writer

December 20, 2019

Women’s basketball has had a successful season thus far, as they approach conference play. Through six games the Quakers are yet to lose, posting a 6-0 record. The team enters the season as the favorite in the Old Dominion Athletic Conference. This is the first time since 2012 that the team was picked a...

Brawl between Browns and Steelers sparks controversy

Carter Davis, Staff Writer

December 20, 2019

On Nov. 14, the Steelers and Browns game ended in absolute mayhem. There was a huge brawl that ended with players from both teams being ejected, and eventually three players were suspended or fined.  With only five seconds left on the clock, the Browns defensive end Myles Garret ripped the helmet...

Australian national soccer adresses gender pay gap

Annie Vo, Staff Writer

December 20, 2019

Australia’s soccer governing body reached an agreement to provide an equal amount of revenue and treatment for its male and female soccer teams. This display of gender equality is a crucial step for getting rid of sex discrimination in athletics all around the globe. Gender pay gaps have existed since both men ...

Men’s basketball team off to hot start in 2019

Trey Kawugule, Sports Editor

December 20, 2019

Guilford started off the season playing Emory University, who was ranked number six in the nation. The Quakers fell in an 89-67 loss. Since then the team has not looked back, and they won the next seven games. The first win came against Greensboro College. In the first neutral-site meeting of Gree...

First semester of the Edge closes and criticism rises

Guilford looks the same, but a lot is changing, for better or for worse.

Kathryn Hurst, Features Editor

December 20, 2019

This semester marked the first of Guilford’s new scheduling program: The Edge. This means that in one semester there is an intensive three-week course along with a 12-week session of multiple courses, as opposed to Guilford’s original 15-week schedule. According to the Guilford website, The Edge ...

Student Juried Art Show hosts closing reception

Beth Pyles, Staff Writer

December 20, 2019

A student juried art show held at Guilford College had its closing reception on Friday, Dec. 5, in the galleries of Founders Hall. A juried art show means that the pieces are being judged by a panel. Although it may have been a competition, most of the artists there just seemed happy to show off t...

Staff Editorial: Don’t fear finals season: the tips and tricks

Lana Heltzel, Editor-in-Chief

December 20, 2019

Let’s take a guess; your school work is really starting to pile up, isn’t it? You have this presentation due on Tuesday, but you already pulled an all-nighter to finish an essay, and you have two classes back-to-back followed by a meeting with your professor about why your last lab report looked...

Scheduling puts students on Edge

Paige Abbott, Staff Writer

December 20, 2019

Just imagine. An opportunity to explore topics typically ignored in the average class, to adventure to places you would never think to go or to delve more deeply into your major than you ever thought possible. A novel concept, advertising genius—the Guilford Edge sounds like the college dream. Unfor...