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Alberto Fernandez at Climate Change conference// Casa Rosada via creative commons

Guilford students share their thoughts on the COP26

Rodrigo Gudino de Grote, Staff Writer November 12, 2021

Walking through the campus of Guilford College, one really feels that nature is part of the College’s identity. The trees provide endless shade to protect us from the harsh summer sun, and act as a home...

Guilford farmers market offers fresh, sustainable produce

Kevin Lee and Suvesh Bhusal September 24, 2021

Every Tuesday from 4 to 6 p.m., the area across the street from the New Garden Friends School becomes a vibrant farmers market full of fresh produce. People from Guilford County come to buy fresh fruits...

Staff Editorial: Climate change is a ticking time bomb

October 15, 2020

The clock counts down on the Metronome in Manhattan, a physical representation of the time we have left until the effects of global warming are irreversible. Currently, we have a little over seven years. Climate...

Is Greenland becoming more green than ice?

Is Greenland becoming more green than ice?

Dakota McLean, Staff Writer October 15, 2020

Ice sheets from all over the world are melting as a result of rising global temperatures. According to NASA’s climate webpage, Greenland lost 532 billion tons of ice in 2019. This was the most lost...

Staff Editorial: Our vision for 2020

May 29, 2020

Welcome back to Guilford for the spring semester! We’ve at last landed in a new decade. It feels like change is on the horizon, doesn’t it? 2020 seems to be bound for big, new developments. The...

Typhoon Hagibis renders many homeless

Navya Belavadi , News Editor and Staff Writer November 4, 2019

Typhoon Hagibis swiftly slammed into Japan a few weeks ago, killing over 88 people and injuring hundreds more. As the water continues to rise and flood up to the roofs of houses, the death toll could rise...

Youth make strides for climate justice

Youth make strides for climate justice

Ramya Krishna, Web Editor October 12, 2019

From Sept. 20 to Sept. 27, students around the world walked out of schools in the middle of the day to protest the lack of governmental action on issues of climate change. This event was known as the Global...

Earth’s axis potentially wobbles due to humans

Peter Zheng, Staff Writer October 5, 2018

According to research by NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory, “Human activity increases the wobbling of the Earth’s axis as the planet is spinning.” The main way humans affect the wobble of the Earth...

California Senate Bill 100 to reduce emissions

Brendan Shoemaker, Staff Writer September 21, 2018

California Gov. Jerry Brown signed Senate Bill 100, on Sept. 10th to remove carbon emissions from the state’s electric grid by the year 2045. Along with the bill, Brown signed an executive order designed...

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