The Guilfordian

A conversation about global violence

A conversation about global violence

Mara Stern, Staff Writer

April 22, 2016

“At least 1,634 people were executed during 2015, 573 more than recorded in 2014,” said Amnesty International in a recent report about the death penalty worldwide.These statistics constitute the highest number of executions since 1989. Yves Dusenge, a Rwandan junior and QLSP scholar, shared his...

A look at the past with Kurt Kuykendall

James Sharpe, Senior Writer

March 4, 2016

I remember arriving in Xenia, Ohio. Knowing absolutely no one but seeing so many smiling faces wandering around, and everyone was speaking with each other. We were a great group of guys ready to travel abroad and play soccer. Suddenly, everyone became silent. An older man began to speak to us. His...

Interview: Beard Whitlow on her award, her poetry and her process

Anthony Harrison, Staff Writer

October 26, 2012

How does it feel to be recognized by NC A&T University with the Sonia Sanchez/Amiri Baraka Prize for Poetry?   It feels wonderful, especially to have this particular poem recognized in a national competition. This poem, first of all, is part of a larger manuscript for a verse novel I'm ...

Life After Guilford: Dress to impress at your job interview

Meg Holden and Bryan Dooley

March 23, 2012

Your resume is superb. Your application, sublime. Your outfit ... subpar. Dressing appropriately for an interview helps you make a great first impression. But what does "dressing appropriately" really mean? "When going to an interview … always wear a conservative suit or dress," said career adviser...