The Guilfordian

Case study: exercise may boost survivorship

Aiperi Iusupova, Staff Writer

October 23, 2015

Breast cancer has become a chronic epidemic in recent years, causing an estimated number of 231,840 women and 2,350 men to be diagnosed with it in 2015, as reported by the Prevent Cancer Foundation. Luckily, there are many practices that can increase breast cancer survivorship. Advances in medical...

For one month, maroon and pink go well together

For one month, maroon and pink go well together

Lek Siu, Staff Writer

November 1, 2013

Think pink, wear pink and live pink. Pink has been everywhere these days, marking October as Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Pink represents compassion, nurturing and love that signifies good health and life. Many wonder why pink is the signature color for breast cancer. The idea came from DeAngelo...

Pink ribbon rip-off: corporations exploit cancer, extort cash from consumers

Ty Gooch, Staff Writer

October 25, 2013

Corporations are milking breast cancer. Every fall, companies roll out pink-ribbon product lines that supposedly give the consumer a chance to support the fight against breast cancer. “The pink ribbon has lost its effectiveness, becoming merely a marketing tool to sell stuff,” said breast cancer...

Think pink: mother inspires athlete to raise awareness

Think pink: mother inspires athlete to raise awareness

L.A. Logan, Staff Writer

November 2, 2012

Pink cleats, pink gloves and pink bracelets. Everything is pink to celebrate Breast Cancer Awareness Month at Guilford, even on the football field. Chris Campolieta, a defensive back on the Quaker football team, and his family experienced the disease firsthand. Two days before Christmas in 2011, Chris’...