The Guilfordian

Program offers criminal justice masters degree


Hannah Shoemaker, Staff Writer

March 5, 2017

This fall, with the introduction of a Master of Science in Criminal Justice program, Guilford College will welcome its first class of graduate students since the 1970s. “The focus of the program is how (to) make criminal justice better within our immediate area,” said Jerry Joplin, professor of...

Bryan Stevenson to discuss policy, injustice

Bryan Stevenson, American lawyer, social justice activist and a clinical professor at New York University School of Law, will serve as
the next Bryan Series speaker this upcoming Tuesday, Feb. 21.

February 18, 2017

Not many Harvard-educated lawyers spend their careers defending poor clients on death row but that is exactly what Bryan Stevenson has done. On Feb. 21, Stevenson will give the second Bryan Series lecture of the year. “Personally, I’ve been looking most forward to this program,” said Ty Buckner,...

CCE hosts wrongful convictions panel

CCE hosts wrongful convictions panel

Abe Kenmore, Opinion Editor

February 9, 2017

Howard Dudley spent 23 years in prison for molesting his daughter. Not only was he innocent of that crime, but according to Dudley, he never committed any crimes at all. “I’ve never been on drugs, I never sold drugs,” said Dudley. “I never stole nothing. In the sense of being a good ...