The Guilfordian

Tough economic climate calls for patience rather than pointing fingers

Tough economic climate calls for patience rather than pointing fingers

Victor Lopez, Staff Writer

January 22, 2012

North Carolina’s decision to replace the state's entire student aid program is alarming. The financial cuts that are involved will affect programs across the board at Guilford College and it is not going to be pretty. Every department campus-wide will be affected. Last year, the college ...

Exercise your right to help others

Staff

January 22, 2012

Sometimes it can seem like holidays like Martin Luther King, Jr. Day serve their biggest purpose as an opportunity for politicians to pander. Especially in an election year, it can be easy to be jaded even at a place like Guilford College. Luckily, we are part of a community that offers extensive...

Lost in transition: College loses $2.2 million in state-based aid over two years

Victor Lopez, Staff Writer

January 22, 2012

Recently North Carolina state legislators eliminated the state’s current student aid program for private colleges and universities. The sudden cut will affect student financial aid at Guilford College by $2.2 million over two years while a new, centralized need-based system is put in place. The college...

Martin Luther King Jr. Day a “day on”

Martin Luther King Jr. Day a “day on”

Meredith Brown, Executive Print Copy Editor

January 22, 2012

On Martin Luther King Jr. Day, Guilford College hosted a day of “teach-ins” meant to demonstrate different ways to implement change within a community and how to use various skills in order to support social justice. The day began with a few opening remarks in the Bryan, Jr., Auditorium by Bon...