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Staff Editorial: Celebrating Black History Month

February 20, 2021

A lot has changed this past year on campus. With most students adapting to either living off-campus or with limitations, Black History Month celebrations have had to adjust in the same ways. Considering...

Pope Francis takes steps toward equality, names Wilton Gregory as cardinal

Mads Bradley, Staff Writer November 5, 2020

When Pope Francis was elected in 2013, he made history by being the first Jesuit pope, the first pope from the Americas and the first non-European pope since the eighth century. Since his election, he...

Guilford students petition to change name of Duke Hall

Mads Bradley, Staff Writer October 15, 2020

Duke Memorial Hall is a staple building on campus, housing the Political Science, Foreign Language and Mathematics departments. However, in the past weeks, there have been growing concerns about Duke’s...

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Fleet Foxes’ Shore album

Freddie Stultz, Staff Writer October 15, 2020

Fleet Foxes, an indie/folk group, recently released their fourth studio album, “Shore,” on Sept. 22, just in time for the fall equinox. The album contains 15 songs, making this one of the longer records...

Downtown Greensboro comes together for Breonna Taylor

Habin Hwang, Staff Writer October 8, 2020

Following the Sept. 23 decision of the Louisville grand jury to release all but one police officer involved in Breonna Taylor’s murder with no charges, a peaceful march was held in downtown Greensboro...

Staff Editorial: Welcome to the Guilfordian online

October 1, 2020

2020 has been a year that none of us could have envisioned or anticipated. At first this new decade seemed destined for greatness. New Year’s parties emulated the Roaring Twenties, with flapper gowns,...

Social justice and the NBA bubble

Renata Diaz, Staff Writer October 1, 2020

Photo: Courtesy of the NBA   People who are not that familiar with the NBA probably don’t even know what the NBA bubble is. For those of you who don’t know, or for those of you...

Carla Clah is a Navajo community organizer from Chicago. “I am here for my grandfather,” Clah said. She is holding a copy of the Fort Laramie Treaty of 1851, a treaty ratified by the Congress of the United States government that was broken. Cannon Ball, North Dakota, 2016.// Photo courtesy of Richard Tsong-Taatarii/Copyright 2016

“Behind the Bylines” features Richard Tsong-Taatarii

Praveena Somasundaram, Features Editor February 23, 2018

From reporting on the Black Lives Matter movement in the U.S. to Rohingya refugees in Bangladesh, photojournalist Richard Tsong-Taatarii has captured a multitude of moments, each photograph made with the...

Free Press event focuses on Guilford LOVE

Sydney Procos, Staff Writer February 16, 2018

Love was in the air on Feb. 9, the Friday before Valentine’s Day, as students gathered in Hege-Cox. Pink, red, purple and yellow paints lined the tables, along with stamps carved with messages like,...

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