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An entrance view in 31st Anniversary of 1989 Tiananmen Square protests in Hong Kong

China enforces criminal charges for defamation of military casualties

Nora Klink, Staff Writer April 1, 2021

China has instituted a new law that makes defamation of military deaths punishable with time in prison. Effective March 1, this law has already been used to arrest several journalists for their claims,...

Guilford College Bryan Series Former Deputy Prime Minister and Prime Minister of Australia Julia Gillard

Julia Gillard talks experiences as a woman in politics at Bryan Series

Finn Williamson, Opinion Editor November 28, 2018

For the third installment of the 2018-2019 season of the Bryan Series, Former Deputy Prime Minister and Prime Minister of Australia Julia Gillard came to speak with the Guilford and Greensboro community....

Tsunami hits Indonesia

Jenni Camhi, Staff Writer October 30, 2018

A Friday morning begins. Locals are on alert after experiencing an earthquake and aftershocks in their immediate area and seeing a tsunami warning. Half an hour after its issuance though, the warning is...

Yulan advocates for displaced residents

Ian Gordon, Guest Writer April 2, 2018

In Beijing, winter isn’t over yet. Temperature lows are still in the 30s. Ni Yulan is one of the tens of thousands of people whose home was destroyed in preparation for the 2008 Olympics in Beijing....

China tests controversial facial recognition surveillance software

Shami Chideya, Staff Writer February 2, 2018

Governments currently use a variety of techniques, both known and unknown, to maintain the security of their citizens. For the past year, the Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region of China has tested facial...

Muppet Wikia

News in Brief

Aarushi Ahuja, World and Nation Editor February 2, 2018

France On Jan. 25, hundreds of residents of France incited brawls in supermarkets over Nutella pricing. These “Nutella riots” were a result of Intermarché, a supermarket chain, cutting the price...

Impeachment process stands strong in Brazil

Impeachment process stands strong in Brazil

Beatriz Caldas, Diversity & Social Justice Coordinator April 29, 2016

On a typical Sunday afternoon, Brazilians from all over get together with family and close friends to watch the good old-fashioned sport of soccer for hours in front of the television. This past Sunday,...

Young leader hopes to change Hong Kong

Maksym Kosachevskyy, Staff Writer April 22, 2016

Joshua Wong is a 19-year-old college student. He attends the Open University of Hong Kong and believes in liberal ideas like universal suffrage. Unlike other students, however, he is the de facto...

House bill causes controversy: privacy vs. security

Meghana Iragavarapu, Staff Writer February 26, 2016

AES, DES, 3DES, RC2, RC6 and Blowfish. These combinations of random numbers and letters are six of the most common encryption algorithms. Everything from the data on SIM cards to your Guilford email...

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