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Staff Editorial: Equality in the Oscars

Staff Editorial: Equality in the Oscars

March 16, 2018

For years, the public has criticized the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences for the lack of diversity in the Academy Award nominees and winners. In 2016, as a response to this critique of the...

This year, students faced challenges, made change

Editorial Board April 22, 2016

For those counting at home, it’s been 243 days since classes began last August. In the meantime, plenty of things have happened both here at Guilford College and beyond the bubble. As we approach...

New innovations to Hege library encourage different learning styles

Maksym Kosachevskyy, Staff Writer February 26, 2016

“It’s such a wonderful and abundant space that it is enabling us to move into the 21st century and meet the needs of 21st century learners, such as collaboration and gathering spaces,” said Director...

Beard Whitlow on her award, her poetry and her process

Beard Whitlow on her award, her poetry and her process

Anthony Harrison, Staff Writer October 26, 2012

Dana Professor of English Carolyn Beard Whitlow enjoys the reputation of being Guilford College’s Spartan taskmaster. However, beyond that reputation, Beard Whitlow is no knuckle-rapper. She is a witty...

Coming up next on air: a whole new WQFS emerges

Coming up next on air: a whole new WQFS emerges

Justyn Melrose, Staff Writer September 7, 2012

“You could get the sense that you could get lost in the stacks,” said senior DJ Tali Raphael about the old WQFS studio. “Even though it didn’t extend on forever, it was just higher than you, than...

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