The Guilfordian

Study abroad opens opportunity

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Tanetta Kelley, Staff Writer

November 3, 2017

3,000 miles in three weeks is the proposed trek for an upcoming study abroad opportunity allotted to a selected group of students. The trip’s two organizers, Associate Professor of Religious Studies Eric Mortensen and Associate Professor of History Zhihong Chen, will collaboratively teach for this...

Violence causes refugee crisis

A burnt down house in a Rohingya village in northern Rakhine State, a result of sectarian violence in August 2017. Photo By Moe Zaw (VOA), via Wikimedia Commons

Hannah Shoemaker, News Editor

September 15, 2017

The story of violence against Rohingya Muslims in Myanmar’s northern region of Rakhine State is one that has lasted for decades. However, a new bout of violence erupted in the country on Aug. 25 when a militant group known as the Arakan Rohingya Salvation Army (ARSA) attacked 30 police posts, resulting...

Panel addresses North Korea’s nuclear activity

Picture of an atomic bomb explosion. From FEMA (U.S. Federal Emergency Management Agency) publicity poster via Wikimedia Commons

Jilly Campbell, Staff Writer

September 14, 2017

On Monday, Sept. 4, Guilford College hosted a panel entitled Nuclear Weapons & Threats of War: North Korea & the United States of America, inviting students, faculty and the greater Guilford community to participate in an open discussion regarding recent political turmoil between the U.S. and...