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Antoine Williams collaborates with Renzo Ortega to create art exhibit for community

Antoine Williams collaborates with Renzo Ortega to create art exhibit for community

Tanetta Kelley, Staff Writer

September 22, 2017


Filed under Features, In Print, Top Stories

“Looking at the world from (the perspective of) a black, heterosexual, southern-raised male is the inspiration for these pieces,” said Antoine Williams about the pieces in his new collaborative art exhibit, “Two Artists | One Space.” Williams, an assistant professor for art at Guilford College,...

Greensboro unites to celebrate Pride

Greensboro unites to celebrate Pride

Fernando Jimenez, Managing Editor

September 22, 2017


Filed under Features, In Print

A sea of rainbow flags symbolizing hope, pride and unity permeated the heart of the city of Greensboro as thousands of individuals gathered downtown to celebrate and embrace diversity. The 12th Pride event organized by the Greensboro Pride Committee and the Alternative Resources of the Triad welcomed...

Stephanie Webb discusses working at Guilford

Stephanie Webb discusses working at Guilford

DaeQuan Fitzgerald, Sports Editor

September 22, 2017


Filed under In Print, Sports

Guilford College introduced coach Stephanie Webb as the 10th head women’s soccer coach in the history of the team. Webb comes to the Quakers from the Queens University of Charlotte, a program that finished 10-7 in 2016. A native of Portsmouth, England, Webb played at Stetson University and graduated...

The best news of the summer according to Guilford students

The best news of the summer according to Guilford students

Laura Hay, Staff Writer

September 22, 2017


Filed under In Print, Top Stories, World & Nation

Several students have reportedly been avoiding local, national and international news for the past four months. “I’ve stopped paying attention to news,” said Early College senior Joseph Chang. “The news media is shifting to click-bait.” This sentiment was echoed by many students who were...

NC joins multistate lawsuit defending DACA

NC joins multistate lawsuit defending DACA

Fernando Jimenez, Managing Editor

September 15, 2017


Filed under In Print, Top Stories, World & Nation

Hundreds of protests across the nation. 20 state lawsuits. One rescinded program. President Donald Trump ordered an end to the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, also known as DACA, on Tuesday, Sept. 5 through a public statement from Attorney General Jeff Sessions. “The DACA progra...

77th National Folk Festival animates Greensboro

77th National Folk Festival animates Greensboro

Yunah Kim and Abigail AbantoHollans, Staff Writers

September 15, 2017


Filed under Features, In Print

After 77 years, the National Folk Festival has become one of the largest and longest-running celebrations of arts and culture. This year’s Festival was held in Greensboro, North Carolina from Friday, Sept. 8, to Sunday, Sept. 10. With over 50 performers and thousands of people attending, this celebration...

GSO Grasshoppers thrive on the field

Ian Penny, World and Nation Editor

May 16, 2017


Filed under In Print, Sports

Dissosteira carolina, the genus and species of the Carolina grasshopper. Despite being a minor agricultural nuisance, the name does not quite elicit fear in the animal kingdom. Carolina grasshoppers largely subsist on a vegetarian diet of grasses and forbs. They also have many predators, from birds,...

Campus power outage

Campus power outage

Nicole Zelniker, Editor-In-Chief

May 5, 2017


Filed under In Print, News

Whether playing pool in Milner or doing homework in the new apartments, on-campus residents from the theme houses to the old apartments experienced a shock when the power went out on campus on April 23. “Immediately, I heard screams throughout the parking lot and outside in the hall,” said senior...