The Guilfordian

We’re dead last: investigating a decade’s worth of faculty salary inequalities

We’re dead last: investigating a decade’s worth of faculty salary inequalities

Victor Lopez, Senior Writer

February 14, 2014

In less than a month, the president’s office will seek the board of trustees’ approval for a three-percent tuition hike. Administration will also ask for a go-ahead on another $250,000 in budget cuts, including staff and faculty position cuts, should Guilford College reach an enrollment “worse-case...

College braces for cuts as revenue dwindles

College braces for cuts as revenue dwindles

Victor Lopez, Senior Writer

February 7, 2014

In February, the board of trustees will meet at Guilford College where President and Professor of Political Science Kent Chabotar will ask them to approve a plan that cuts as much as $250,000 from Guilford’s budget of nearly $60 million in fiscal year 2014–15. The cuts are based on continuing...

After 11 years, what has Kent Chabotar done for Guilford? You’ve been graded: examining the presidency

After 11 years, what has Kent  Chabotar done for Guilford? You’ve been graded: examining the presidency

Victor Lopez, Senior Writer

February 22, 2013

Last week, The Guilfordian looked at President Kent Chabotar’s tenure as Guilford’s top administrator over the past decade in a career that is said to soon end in retirement. This week, using six categories of investigation, The Guilfordian will assess the state of the college during Chabotar’s...

Loyalty in professional sports: is it a thing of the past?

Loyalty in professional sports: is it a thing of the past?

Michael MacVane, Staff Writer

March 23, 2012

Throughout the history of sports, we think back to some of the greatest players and how they have remained with the same team for their entire career. Nowadays, that has changed. Take for example, Peyton Manning. The quarterback was a four-time NFL Most Valuable Player who has played for the Indianapolis...