The Guilfordian

Students need open, accessible spaces

Students need open, accessible spaces

Carson Risser, Staff Writer

February 19, 2016

“(If) trans and gender nonconforming people don’t have access to educational space because they can’t go pee … you can’t learn, you know?” said LGBTQQA Coordinator Parker Hurley. “It really does create a barrier to, I think, learning and being a part of the community in general.” This...

New initiative working on ending oppression

James Sharpe, Staff Writer

February 12, 2016

“I believe that we can inspire this to be an anti-oppression institution,” said LGBTQQA Coordinator Parker Hurley. “There are connections to be made and that was the significance of our meeting on Saturday.” On Feb. 6, the Diversity Action Committee convened in the Community Center. This was...

DAC seeks community input, involvement

Christianna Van Dalsen, Staff Writer

November 1, 2013

In 2004, Guilford College committed to embracing multiple cultures and fighting off racism. In 2009, the Diversity Plan was approved. Since then, Guilford has taken great measures to stand as an inclusive community that creates a welcoming and rich environment for the disabled and for cultural minorities. “All...

Staff Editorial: DAC efforts require your help

Staff Editorial Board

November 1, 2013

As our institution struggles with funds and budgets, we must ask what is most necessary and valuable, and nothing embodies these qualities like the work of the Diversity Action Committee. But the Committee needs your help. Four years after approving the Diversity Plan, the DAC continues to strive...