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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 called off and disappears. People, thinking the danger is over, get in their cars to go for a drive...

Guilford College News in Brief

Guilford College News in Brief

November 3, 2017

Fleming lecture features Daniel Hunter Every year, Guilford co-sponsors the Peace and Conflict Studies Fleming Lecture along with the American Friends Service Committee. This year, activist and author Daniel Hunter offered a talk entitled “Social Movements in Turbulent Times.” Hunter is the au...

News in Brief

Ian Penny, World & Nation Editor

March 25, 2016

Belgium On March 22, two explosions rocked the main terminal of the Brussels Airport in Zaventem. A third blast occurred at the Maelbeek metro station near the center of the Belgian capital. According to the BBC, over 30 people were killed and 260 were wounded. The Islamic State group claimed responsibility...

Indonesian fires rage on

Indonesian fires rage on

Caleb Amstutz, Staff Writer

November 13, 2015

While the sky above Indonesia fills with hazardous black smoke, the rest of the world has lowered its gaze. Approximately 127,000 forest fires, spurred by illicit farming practices, have covered the country in a perilous cloud of environmental and public health problems. For years, local impoverished...