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New college study shows possible link between sugary drinks, colon cancer


Annette Varghese, Staff Writer

March 29, 2019

For many years, obesity has been linked to higher rates and faster growth of cancer cells in at-risk patients. Recently, studies by a team of specialists from Baylor College of Medicine and Weill Cornell School of Medicine in New York have identified a clear link between sugary drinks and the accelera...

Helpful, healthy tips about UV sun rays

Sun Tan Graphic

Annette Varghese, Staff Writer

September 28, 2018

Everyone is eager to get one last tan in the sun as the summer is coming to a quick end. However, there are many dangers associated with tanning both indoors and outdoors. Teens and young adults, especially between the ages of 16 and 24, are most vulnerable to contracting skin cancer from intense UV...

Bryan Series starts off with Jill and Joe Biden at the Coliseum

Courtney Gardner ‘18 hugs Vice President Joe Biden during the small student session that happened before the main event. Students of Guilford College’s Political Science department got a chance to meet Jill and Joe Biden before they took the Coliseum stage.// Photos by Abigail Bekele/The Guilfordian

Mae Wood, Abigail Bekele, and Beatriz Caldas

September 22, 2017

“The greatest sin anyone can commit is the abuse of power, and the greatest abuse of power is segregation,” said Joe Biden, former Vice President of the United States, at the Greensboro Coliseum last Sunday. On Sept. 17 at 7:30 p.m., Joe Biden and his wife Jill Biden, a career educator and n...

News in Brief

Rishab Revankar, World and Nation Editor

February 7, 2014

New York City, New York, USA Oscar-winning actor Philip Seymour Hoffman, 46, died in his Manhattan apartment on Feb. 2.According to CNN, Hoffman’s friend and playwright David Katz found Hoffman lying on the bathroom floor with a syringe in his left arm. In the aftermath of his death, investigators discov...

Softball players organize cancer awareness fundraiser

Chloe Lindeman, Staff Writer

March 29, 2013

“There’s a driving force behind why I do it,” said sophomore Rachel Howard. “All my aunts have had some form of cancer. It’s a big thing in my family.” Howard plays first base on the softball team, which is planning the second annual Relay for Life event on May 3 from 6:00 p.m. to 1:00...

Teen denied chemotherapy due to Dominican abortion laws, dies

Haejin Song, Staff Writer

August 31, 2012

To save a girl’s life or to save her fetus, that is the question. After a grueling fight with Dominican Republic’s strict abortion laws, a pregnant teenager died last week, inciting public outrage and an international debate. The 16-year-old, nicknamed “Esperanza” — which translates to...

Relay for Life: a night lit bright with so much hope

Relay for Life: a night lit bright with so much hope

Kim Kleimeier, Staff Writer

April 20, 2012

“My dad was diagnosed with non-treatable cancer when I was two months old,” said Patrick Ledford, first-year and emcee for the Relay for Life event on Fri., April 13. Ledford’s story is just one of many that could be found at the Guilford football field, where the event took place. Young and...