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Guilford College News in Brief

Guilford College News in Brief

Yunah Kim, Staff Writer

April 20, 2018

“Love, Respect and Empowerment” dance event recognizes National Sexual Assault Awareness Month The JPS/WGSS 350 Women, Crime and Criminal Justice class hosted a dance event on Tuesday, April 17 to recognize National Sexual Assault Awareness Month. The event, entitled “Love, Respect and Empo...

Dabbing should be a universal right

Dabbing should be a universal right

Aarushi Ahuja, World & Nation Editor

January 26, 2018

After watching the seventh K-pop performance include a dab in its choreography back in August, I was sick and tired of the fad. Comments like, “this is so late!” and, “when will this go away?” spammed the YouTube comments under each video. At that point, I couldn’t agree more with these...

Guilford College News in Brief

Guilford College News in Brief

November 3, 2017

Fleming lecture features Daniel Hunter Every year, Guilford co-sponsors the Peace and Conflict Studies Fleming Lecture along with the American Friends Service Committee. This year, activist and author Daniel Hunter offered a talk entitled “Social Movements in Turbulent Times.” Hunter is the au...

Dance team performs in Frank science center

Dance team performs in Frank science center

Tessa Wood, Staff Writer

April 15, 2016

Picture this: five people brightly dressed in gold and flashy colors with enormous amounts of jewelry on, running around, each with a bedazzled iPhone 6 in hand, franticaly trying to take a selfie with a passed-out guy. This was what watching the Thai dance team was like. Last Friday, April 8,...

View from the lane: the best dancer

View from the lane: the best dancer

Sommer Fanney, Staff Writer

April 24, 2015

In the previous “View from the lane,” I talked about my typical pre-race ritual before a track meet, which is an extensive process. But now, it is time to get the adrenaline fully flowing. You are about to race, lined up next to girls that giggle and bounce with anxiety and/or excitement. Do...

Shakori Hills: Guilford heads to GrassRoots festival

Shakori Hills: Guilford heads to GrassRoots festival

Juliet Magoon, Staff Writer

October 24, 2014

The crisp smell of rustic fall air, the delicate descent of orangey-tinged oak leaves, the soothing sound of a local bluegrass ensemble in the distance. It is the 22nd season of Shakori Hills GrassRoots festival. On Oct. 9, families, hippie folk of all ages gathered on Shakori’s 75- acre farmstead...

Superstition within sports: the rituals that make the game for Guilford athletes

Superstition within sports: the rituals that make the game for Guilford athletes

Laura Hay, Staff Writer

April 12, 2013

“Whatever floats your boat” is the attitude that athletes and coaches take when addressing pre-game rituals and superstitions. Routines play a role in the wide world of sports. Guilford athletes are no exception to the tradition. Guilford football players are no strangers to pre-game routines....

Creativity springs forth at end-of-year events: Spring dance 2012 shows that hard work pays off in the end

Creativity springs forth at end-of-year events: Spring dance 2012 shows that hard work pays off in the end

Thomas Deane, Staff Writer

April 12, 2012

After weeks of tireless preparation, the dance students’ hard work finally came to fruition at the 2012 Dance Concert. Last Friday’s performance represented the culmination of dance students’ capstone projects. Seven of the nine dances in the show were choreographed by students in the choreography...