The Guilfordian

Detention center in Pennsylvania becomes the troubling home for immigrants

Ian Gordon, Guest Writer

March 16, 2018

Editor’s Note: In accordance with The Guilfordian’s focus on social justice, the Features section will publish a weekly column focusing on human rights. Each week, the column will examine one human rights case, domestic or international. Not many people know what occurs when people come to the...

Horsepower: organization changes lives one ride at a time

Horsepower: organization changes lives one ride at a time

Yunah Kim, Staff Writer

October 27, 2017

“(Watching) every child ... get on the horse becomes your favorite memory because you watch how they respond and how they come to life,” said volunteer Jan Byrd. Located in Colfax, North Carolina, Horsepower Therapeutic Learning Center is a nonprofit organization that provides therapeutic horseback...

Experiences while Reporting Abroad

Experiences while Reporting Abroad

Praveena Somasundaram, Features Editor

August 9, 2017

In late June 2017, I traveled to India to do reporting as a Campus Consortium fellow of the Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting. Nalina was one of the women I interviewed for an article on the struggles of Indian women. I reported on the family burdens they shoulder and the opportunities that have he...

Philosophy professor publishes unique children’s book

Philosophy professor publishes unique children’s book

Aubrey King, Staff Writer

September 19, 2014

A philosopher gathers, interprets and learns from the varied outlooks of the world. A writer uses pen and paper to communicate an outlook. Philosophy interprets life, while writing expresses it. By crafting a heartwarming parable of perseverance in his new children’s book, “I Built my House on...