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Staff Editorial: Keeping yourself and community safe next blackout

February 25, 2021

Last Saturday, Feb. 13, was a day that took quite an unexpected turn. At least for the early birds, what seemingly started as just another day of gloomy weather—worthy of curling up under a knitted blanket,...

Hege Library reopening

Ethan DeLiso, Staff Writer October 8, 2020

Guilford College’s Hege Library has reopened! Access via card swipe will be allowed by reservation only. Due to the pandemic, Guilford has introduced several new safety measures to ensure student safety...

Public Safety addresses student concerns

Public Safety addresses student concerns

Hannah Shoemaker, News Editor September 29, 2017

Following the past few weeks’ campus safety incidents, including a police operation, an alleged assault, an attempted kidnapping and  a reported gunman, Campus Life staff and Public Safety held a series...

Quakers say ‘yes, please, yes’ to consensual sex campaign

Kinsey Danzis, Staff Writer September 6, 2013

Physical abuse. Emotional trauma. The most underreported crime in America. One in five women and one in 16 men will experience some form of sexual assault while in college, according to Campus Safety...

Car vandals’ violent actions jar Guilford community

Katy Andrews and Sydney Hawkins May 10, 2013

A shattered windshield. Glass everywhere. A mason jar filled with ping-pong balls. What could it all mean? For some students these absurd circumstances became a harsh reality when they saw that their...

Community and compromise: The woods policy debate continues as students and faculty meet to discuss options for next year

Daphne Hankins, Staff Writer April 6, 2012

As students and administrators came together at a recent forum to discuss the high-tension issues that have surrounded the current woods policy, there was no promise of compromise. The discussion held...

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