The Guilfordian

Open Hillel conference inspires national change

Nicole Zelniker & Sara Minsky, Senior Writer & Photo Editor

October 24, 2014

Hundreds of students flocked to Harvard University for over 50 speakers, dozens of conversations and one life-changing weekend. Together, students from schools all over the country organized the first Open Hillel conference. “There are only three Open Hillels in the country,” said Brandeis graduate...

Fossil fuel divestment movement gains momentum

Fossil fuel divestment movement gains momentum

Aditya Garg, Staff Writer

May 2, 2014

Twenty-six religious institutions, 22 cities, two counties, 11 colleges and universities, 19 foundations and several other institutions have committed in some form to divest from fossil fuels. Characterized as “the fastest growing divestment movement in history” by an Oxford University study,...

Harvard email privacy lesson: Read before you select “I agree”

Josh Ballard, Staff Writer

April 5, 2013

Harvard once again finds itself once again in the midst of a scandal. Last fall, it was rampant cheating in one class. Now, seemingly unwarranted email searches. Harvard officials authorized the email searches of 16 resident deans involved in the cheating investigation. The purpose of the searches...

Jeremy Lin, reviving the Knicks & NBA and making history

Jeremy Lin, reviving the Knicks & NBA and making history

Haejin Song, Staff Writer

March 20, 2012

May the Best Man Lin. Lincredible. Lin your Face. The headlines are at it again… Linsanity, that is. Fans from all across the nation chant his name, #17 New York Knicks jersey sales are off the charts, and Madison Square Garden is buzzing with the new sensation in town. “MVP, MVP, MVP,” roared...