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Guilford farmers market offers fresh, sustainable produce

Kevin Lee and Suvesh Bhusal September 24, 2021

Every Tuesday from 4 to 6 p.m., the area across the street from the New Garden Friends School becomes a vibrant farmers market full of fresh produce. People from Guilford County come to buy fresh fruits...

Quakerzine Cover, Fall 2021

Quakerzine Cover, Fall 2021

Maren Lamb, Artist September 14, 2021

How will the federal infrastructure plan affect college students?

Om Oza, Guest Writer September 12, 2021

Fifty years ago in the 1970s, the United States witnessed its last major infrastructure project that added to and revised the layout of the nation. For the past half-century, our nation has been relying...

Untangling first-year feelings

Azreen Anwar, Guest Writer September 12, 2021

Walking up the chalk-stained brick walkway to Founders Hall on a hot August afternoon, you could clearly see the changes to Guilford College’s campus as the academic year started with three-week...

An empty Dana Auditorium, as it was for much of the pandemic.

Jazz, guitar, choir prepared to perform this semester

Miles Kirkpatrick, Guest Writer September 11, 2021

From public performances to ensemble courses, music is an integral part of Guilford College, and the 12-week session is shaping up to be alive with it. Guilford offers a variety of music courses, from...

Open campuses: An opening for crime?

Kevin Lee, Guest Writer September 11, 2021

It was the dead of night when he felt the cold barrel of a gun press against the top of his forehead. The young man looked around for help. The normally bustling cafe across the street was eerily still—it...

A coal-fired power plant like the Duke Energy plant at Belews Lake.

Guilford needs a new source of electricity

Miles Kirkpatrick, Guest Writer September 11, 2021

If you are reading this article practically anywhere in Guilford county, you are very likely utilizing Duke Energy-generated electricity. An effective monopoly due to the market structure in parts of the...

Is the Guilford Edge edging out non-traditional and CCE students?

Andrew Winter, Guest Writer September 11, 2021

My heart is racing like a Neil Peart drum solo for two reasons. First, I just stepped foot on Guilford College campus for the first time since March 2020. This is the case for many, many fellow students...

The FDA approved Pfizer vaccine, and what it means for Guilford College

Kevin Ma, Guest Writer September 10, 2021

On Aug. 23, the Food and Drug Administration finally approved the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine, eight months after the vaccine became available to the public under emergency use authorization, paving...

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