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Instructors teach outdoors in Chicago, Illinois, on Jan. 21, 2021, protesting the intended upcoming return to in-person learning.

Chicago teachers locked in tense conflict over reopening plans

Maira Vandiver, Staff Writer February 4, 2021

While students at Guilford anxiously await a return to in-person classes, teachers in Chicago are poised on the brink of strike while resisting a return to in-person instruction. Following a vote on...

Chicago “Black Site” sparks public outrage

Chicago “Black Site” sparks public outrage

Annie Fullwood, Staff Writer March 27, 2015

How do you defend your innocence when nobody can find you? Highly disputed evidence has connected the Chicago Police Department to misconduct pertaining to the police facility Homan Square, a former...

Staff Editorial: The Guilfordian takes Chicago by storm

November 17, 2012

“Good, better, best — never let it rest ‘til your good is better and your better is best.” We at The Guilfordian are proud of our weekly paper. We stand behind it. We love it. We promote it....

Teachers strike blows over after nine days in the windy city

Teacher’s strike blows over after nine days in the windy city

James Rowe, Staff Writer September 28, 2012

After nine days of striking, the Chicago Teachers Union finally came to an agreement with Mayor Rahm Emanuel over several issues that had been called into question. The teachers cited four concerns: teacher...

News in Brief

Catherine Schurz , World and Nation Editor September 14, 2012

Siberia Well-preserved frozen woolly mammoth parts have been uncovered in Siberia and scientists are now considering a plan to begin cloning the ancient beast.   Chicago, U.S.A School...

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