The Guilfordian

Migrant caravan in Honduras set for U.S.

Peter Zheng, Staff Writer

November 2, 2018

Earlier this month, a migrant caravan formed in Honduras with the goal of reaching the United States for asylum. According to the Washington Post, there are currently more than 3000 people in the caravan comprised of people from Guatemala, Honduras and El Salvador and it would take more than 2 months...

All Black Everything symposium inspires attendees

All Black Everything symposium inspires attendees

Fernando Jiménez, Senior Photographer

March 16, 2018

Members of the Guilford community and over 60 James B. Dudley High School students attended the All Black Everything Symposium and Africana Change Jr. Summit on Wednesday Feb. 28 at Hege Library. The event was organized by the Multicultural Education Department in collaboration with the Black Histo...

Decreased funds lead to less work-study aid for students

Matthew Jones, Staff Writer

September 12, 2014

For years, tuition for full-time students has risen steadily. This year was no exception. Tuition rose 4.1 percent from $32,090 last year to $33,430. However, students who receive work-study as part of their financial aid packages are in for a surprise. Many, including junior Rebecca Allen, have seen...

Fears of student divide develop amid budget cuts

Victor Lopez, Staff Writer

March 16, 2012

No one wants to be the proverbial "red-headed stepchild," including those at the Center for Continuing Education, where there has been speculation regarding what the recent cuts in financial aid will mean for in-state students. Some say that CCE might be further distanced from the college due to recent...