The Guilfordian

Sears files for bankruptcy

Janavi Mehta, Staff Writer

November 9, 2018

In 1893, Sears opened its doors for the first time redefining the department store. On Monday, Oct. 15, the store that sells almost everything filed for bankruptcy. For several years now, Sears has been struggling, its stocks and profits spiraling downwards, but the low numbers from the store may reflect...

Store owner reflects on time in Greensboro

Mitchell’s Clothing Store

Praveena Somasundaram, Features Editor

March 30, 2018

It’s a one-story building, painted green on the outside, nestled on East Market Street. Mitchell’s Clothing Store has been in this same place for almost 80 years. Inside, the store is lined floor to ceiling with shoes, hats and suits. As customers walk in, they are greeted by sets of high fashion...

Choosing courses from business to ornithology

Estavio Jones, Staff Writer

November 13, 2015

It is that time again. Time to grab that adviser of yours and plan out what seems to be the rest of your life. It is time to think about what classes to take, what classes not to take and what professors are teaching what. The whole deal is a virtual brain cramp. But take a breath because it is not the...

Loyalty in professional sports: is it a thing of the past?

Loyalty in professional sports: is it a thing of the past?

Michael MacVane, Staff Writer

March 23, 2012

Throughout the history of sports, we think back to some of the greatest players and how they have remained with the same team for their entire career. Nowadays, that has changed. Take for example, Peyton Manning. The quarterback was a four-time NFL Most Valuable Player who has played for the Indianapolis...