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Staff Editorial: Your young votes matter

Staff Editorial: Your young votes matter
October 26, 2018

America is in an era of extreme social, political, and economic dysfunction. There is an opioid crisis devastating poor communities, income and wealth inequality is at shockingly high levels while median...

Report highlights treatment of faculty

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March 23, 2018

In the fall 2017 semester, 33.9 percent of Guilford courses were taught by contingent faculty, part-time or full-time faculty members who are not tenured or on the tenure track. This year, the Guilford...

Guilford releases the lineup for the 2018-2019 Bryan Series event

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March 16, 2018

The 2018-19 Bryan Series will feature a number of well-known politicians, athletes and doctors, beginning with a two-person lecture from Karl Rove and David Axelrod, former high-level advisors from both...

India proposes “Modicare” as healthcare plan

India proposes “Modicare” as healthcare plan
February 16, 2018

India recently announced an unprecedentedly large public healthcare scheme proposal. The proposed insurance plan would be the world’s grandest public healthcare system to date, announced to potentially...

Proposed parking fee faces faculty and staff backlash

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January 26, 2018

The final weeks of 2017 at Guilford consisted of finals, winter break and a proposed faculty and staff parking fee. On Dec. 11, the Office of Human Resources sent an email to Guilford faculty and staff...

Mara Stewart shares work on STD awareness

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November 10, 2017

There were nearly 2 million cases of sexually transmitted diseases reported in Guilford County in 2015, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Mara Stewart, a senior and sociology...

Gawande inspires with talk on healthcare

October 30, 2015

Guilford College’s website describes Atul Gawande as a “best-selling author and physician.” He describes himself as “A doctor who got lucky enough to start writing during (his) training.” On...

Xenophobic attacks in South Africa leave several dead

May 1, 2015

South Africa, often known as the Rainbow Nation because of the country’s multicultural diversity, is going through an outbreak of xenophobic killing. Currently, 300 suspects have been arrested for anti-immigrant...

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