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Trump’s possible impeachment causes alarm

US President Donald Trump shakes hands with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky on the sidelines of the United Nations General Assembly meeting in New York on September 25. 2019. // Photo courtesy of Wikimedia Commons

Emma Smith, Staff Writer

October 12, 2019

In the world of politics, U.S. President Donald Trump has been called into question for an impeachment inquiry due to his involvement in a phone call with the Ukrainian president, Volodymyr Zelensky, about the investigation of Joe Biden’s son. Students at Guilford weighed in on the situation, discussing ...

Guilford College outsources housekeeping management

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Finn Williamson and Andrew Walker

May 4, 2018

Starting in May, Guilford College will be outsourcing the management of its housekeeping staff, though the College will retain the same housekeeping employees. “In terms of the organization of it, what we’re doing is contracting it out, and all of the individuals that work for us will just be remai...

News in Brief

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Beatriz Caldas, Editor-In-Chief

November 3, 2017

United States At least eight people were killed when a man drove 20 blocks down a bike path beside the Hudson River in Lower Manhattan on Tuesday afternoon before he crashed his pickup truck and was shot by police officers, said the authorities. Multiple law enforcement sources say this incident is b...

Tiananmen Square vehicle crash gives rise to smoke, suspicions, allegations

Tiananmen Square vehicle crash gives rise to smoke, suspicions, allegations

Rishab Revankar, World &Nation Editor

November 15, 2013

Beijing is on alert. On Oct. 28, a 4x4 vehicle lurched through a crowd of tourists at Tiananmen Square, eventually slamming into a guardrail and bursting into flames. After the incident left five dead and 38 injured, witnesses and police agreed that the crash was deliberate. But nearly three...

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Rishab Revankar, World & Nation Writer

November 8, 2013

Toronto, Canada  Toronto Mayor Rob Ford dodged allegations of crack cocaine use for months. On Monday, Nov. 4, Ford made an admission to reporters outside his office. “You didn’t ask the correct questions,” Ford said, referring to his previous denial of drug use. “No, I’m not an addict...