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CCE students face problems across campus

CCE students face problems across campus

Hannah Shoemaker, News Editor

September 22, 2017

Several current continuing education students have expressed frustration with problems negatively impacting CCE students and rumors that they fear will mean the end of the program. “We had faculty and staff members … come to us and (tell) us that CCE is going to be forced out,” said Amber Echerd,...

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 ...

Transport should be available for service

Transport should be available for service

Sonia McLamb, Staff Writer

September 22, 2016

In order to stand behind a cause, a community must provide the essentials for that cause. At Guilford College, emphasis is placed on community service and experiential learning, yet one of the basic essentials to achieve these things — transportation — is withheld. Without a college-provided transportation...

CCE students host welcome back carnival

Sonia McLamb, Staff Writer

September 16, 2016

A carnival was hosted by the CCE SGA on campus on Sept. 9 to give CCE and traditional students a chance to meet, greet and eat. To attend, guests were asked to bring one can of food to donate through the Bonner Center. The CCE Student Government supplied three bounce houses, free food, funnel cakes...

News in Brief

Carson Risser, Staff Writer

April 29, 2016

College website redesign According to an email that Vice President of Marketing Roger Degerman sent to students and faculty on March 2, Guilford College’s website will undergo a redesign. The College has partnered with Spark451, a design website that specializes in assisting colleges and universities...

Administration cuts several summer courses

Tessa Wood, Staff Writer

March 25, 2016

Imagine Guilford College during the summer of 2003 with over 700 students attending classes. Now, 13 years later, the scene is vastly different with 492 students enrolled last summer and 262 of them only enrolled in evening courses. In 2003, Guilford expanded the summer school program and worked to...

Open letter from CCE community

Guilford College CCE SGA

November 6, 2015

Dear Madam President, We, the representatives of continuing education students at Guilford College, call upon you to amend your Charge to Strategic Planning Committee, which will design and direct the implementation of Guilford’s next Strategic Long Range Plan (SLRP-2015). As the steward-in-chief...

Our differences shouldn’t create divisions

Editorial Board

November 6, 2015

Guilford students value diversity. Our student body takes pride in what makes them unique. From athletes, to artists, to CCE and even Early College students, the distinct identities of Guilfordians contribute to collectively make the campus itself unique. To some, diversity and unity are mutually...

President explores possibility of online and hybrid classes

Anthony Pasquale, Staff Writer

November 6, 2015

Guilford College currently does not offer many online classes, but this may change soon. One of Jane Fernandes’ goals for Guilford is to increase the number of both online and hybrid courses. “I think it is a great new way for students to take classes, and I think that a lot of students will...