The Guilfordian

Guilford Edge ambiguity confuses students, campus

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Delaney Martin, Staff Writer

October 5, 2018

Last winter, Guilford College announced that it would be changing its course schedule from 16 credits over 15 weeks, twice a year, to a 3-12 schedule. This means that upon arrival in the fall, students would take one intensive three-week class, and after fall break, they would take three classes for...

Community shows support for candidates

Estavio Jones, Staff Writer

March 4, 2016

This year’s political race has been like no other. With many different candidates pushing for a number of conflicting ideas, Americans have a lot to choose from, but one thing remains constant: Americans want change, and they want it now. However, based on what I’ve seen and experienced throughout...

Journalists and readers have lost accountability

Editorial Board

November 20, 2015

News media isn’t what it used to be. Once upon a time, citizens in the United States could flip on a television and find the always trustworthy news anchor Walter Cronkite behind a desk disseminating the day’s events. They could read articles by watchdog print reporters, like Bob Woodward and...