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New Guilford policies cause insurance headache for students

Samreen Ahmed, Staff Writer October 7, 2022

Out-of-state Guilford College students have recently revealed the struggles some of them face in getting medical insurance in North Carolina.  Many college students are insured through their parents,...

Health care misses the boat on stress management

Rishab Revankar, Staff Writer February 22, 2013

Ever felt like you’re in a crisis?  You hear someone say, “Calm down, you’re just stressed out. There’s nothing more to it.” Believe me, there’s a lot more to it. Stress is the underlying...

Catastrophic health insurance: can you pay the price?

Brittany Murdock, Staff Writer November 30, 2012

The average expense of a spinal cord injury in the first year is $1,023,924. Could a Guilford College football player’s family afford such an expense? Catastrophic insurance is a policy which covers...

Insurance increase: does Obamacare help or hurt students?

Clarence Turpin, Staff Writer September 21, 2012

Imagine the perfect summer day: sleeping in, taking a trip to the pool and doing just enough to feel productive on a truly unproductive day. Then imagine going to your mailbox. You see a letter from Guilford...

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