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Many black quarterbacks seize success in 2019

Many black quarterbacks seize success in 2019

Jake Vickers, Staff Writer

December 21, 2019

As the NFL enters its 13th week, we continue to see successful endeavors from teams like the Baltimore Ravens and Seattle Seahawks, both of which have African American quarterbacks. Lamar Jackson, the starting QB for the Ravens, is undoubtedly a top contender for MVP, solidifying himself as one of th...

NFL pass interference rule stirs controversy

NFL pass interference rule stirs controversy

Carter Davis, Staff Writer

December 20, 2019

Before the 2019 NFL season, the pass interference review rule was officially established, which has caused a lot of conflict around the league. The final rule means that pass interference reviews are granted after the two-minute warning of each half of the game and also during overtime. “The idea of the p...

Brawl between Browns and Steelers sparks controversy

Carter Davis, Staff Writer

December 20, 2019

On Nov. 14, the Steelers and Browns game ended in absolute mayhem. There was a huge brawl that ended with players from both teams being ejected, and eventually three players were suspended or fined.  With only five seconds left on the clock, the Browns defensive end Myles Garret ripped the helmet...

Early College students play in Turkey Bowl

Early College students play in Turkey Bowl

Ethan Santana, Staff Writer

November 30, 2018

After winning the Early College at Guilford’s Turkey Bowl, the one thing the senior class wanted by their side to celebrate their victory was a cooler of bread. Why, you ask? “I knew we would win since we’re all about getting this bread,” said Early College student Ben Miller. “We even brought a ...

Fashion Column

Fashion Column

Jasmin Whitsett, Staff Writer

November 5, 2018

Last month, Nike surprised us all by featuring Colin Kaepernick as the face of their 30th anniversary campaign. Kaepernick sparked national debate in 2016 when he took a stand against oppression by kneeling during the national anthem before a NFL game. He was calling attention to racial injustice and social...

NFL needs reform to protect its players

NFL needs reform to protect its players

Elliott Rodden, Staff Writer

November 2, 2018

Ever since my dad taught me how to throw a football when I was seven years old, I have loved the sport of football. I spend most of my Sundays watching football and I believe it is a beautiful game when played well. Even so, I believe football in its current state is not sustainable long term. It is...

Hedrick shares student experience at Guilford

Hedrick shares student experience at Guilford

DaeQuan Fitzgerald, Editor-in-Chief

September 21, 2018

The Guilfordian sat down with Jeremiah Hedrick, a junior multi-sport student athlete at Guilford College who also serves as co-vice president of the Guilford Student Body Association. The track star and starter on the football team’s defense shared his experiences thus far at Guilford that helped mold...

Super Bowl commercials need improvement

Super Bowl commercials need improvement

Patrick Cassidy, Staff Writer

February 16, 2018

While the Philadelphia Eagles brought in their first Super Bowl win, the commercials were not as victorious. When people watch the big game, they like to be entertained. The commercials are supposed to be funny and take your mind off daily stresses. They didn’t do that this time, with a few exceptions....

African-American athletes recognized for their success

African-American athletes recognized for their success

DaeQuan Fitzgerald, Managing Editor

February 2, 2018

Among the seven core values that Guilford holds is diversity, limited not only to the student body, but into athletics as well. In recognition of Black History Month, The Guilfordian will acknowledge the efforts of our African-American student-athletes and their efforts in both their academics and their...