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Khashoggi killed by Saudi Crown Prince

Khashoggi killed by Saudi Crown Prince

DaeQuan Fitzgerald, Editor-in-Chief

November 30, 2018


Filed under In Print, World & Nation

“We have nothing to hide.” This is what Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman told Bloomberg News following last month’s murder of journalist Jamal Khashoggi. Prince Mohammed, alongside his brother, who serves as the Saudi Ambassador to Washington, stood by their stance that it was a rogue...

Goof: Editor-in-Chief to marry Zac Efron in April

Goof: Editor-in-Chief to marry Zac Efron in April

Praveena Somasundaram, Maid of Honor

March 30, 2018


Filed under Goofordian 2018, In Print

Disclaimer: This story is a part of out April Fool’s edition, The Goofordian. This story was created by Guilfordian Staff and is not based in fact. She was an intern for National Public Radio and he was a star of popular films. Beatriz Caldas, The Guilfordian’s Editor-In-Chief, interviewed Zac Efro...

International correspondent opens up on time with NPR

International correspondent opens up on time with NPR

Praveena Somasundaram, Features Editor

March 16, 2018


Filed under Features, In Print, Top Stories

“I’ll go.” It was this two-word message that NPR international correspondent Carrie Kahn sent to her editors in Miami before boarding a red-eye flight to Haiti. Kahn was the first NPR reporter to arrive in Haiti after the 2010 earthquake struck. “It was tough,” said Kahn. “I had...

Photojournalist shares his experience in Washington

Praveena Somasundaram, Features Editor

March 16, 2018


Filed under Features, In Print

“My father didn’t really engage the topic of Cuba on a larger scale, but we knew that it was a special place to my dad,” said Chip Somodevilla, Getty Images News staff photographer. “And we knew that it was a country that had broken my grandmother’s heart.” Composed of first and second-generation...

“Behind the Bylines” features Richard Tsong-Taatarii

“Behind the Bylines” features Richard Tsong-Taatarii

Praveena Somasundaram, Features Editor

February 23, 2018


Filed under Features, In Print, Top Stories

From reporting on the Black Lives Matter movement in the U.S. to Rohingya refugees in Bangladesh, photojournalist Richard Tsong-Taatarii has captured a multitude of moments, each photograph made with the goal of impact. “You want to make images with heart, where people feel or they can sort of get...

Jeff Jeske Memorial Scholarship honors late professor

Jeff Jeske Memorial Scholarship honors late professor

Beatriz Caldas, Editor-in-Chief

February 2, 2018


Filed under In Print, News, Top Stories

“Go for the gold” and “error creeps in” are quotes that students who attended Guilford in the last three decades will remember. They both were said by Charles A. Dana Professor of English Jeff Jeske, who passed away on Jan. 23, 2017. Jeske joined the College in 1986 after getting his doctorate...

Integrity in Journalism

Integrity in Journalism

January 19, 2018


Filed under Editorial Board, In Print, Opinion

Newspaper, radio and television journalists alike have grappled with the question of journalistic integrity in the political climate of the United States under President Trump. As both a core value of Guilford and of the journalistic field, The Guilfordian works to maintain its integrity. Journalists...

Mexican newspaper closed down due to safety concerns

Mexican newspaper closed down due to safety concerns

Nicole Zelniker, Editor-In-Chief

April 16, 2017


Filed under In Print, Social Justice, World & Nation

After 27 years, El Norte, a newspaper based in Ciudad Juarez, Mexico, is closing shop. The decision came after one of their reporters, Miroslava Breach, was killed writing about organized crime for the newspaper on March 23, according to Al Jazeera. “I have made the decision to close this newspaper...

Robin Givhan talks challenges as a POC journalist

Robin Givhan talks challenges as a POC journalist

Precious Adisa, Staff Writer

April 16, 2017


Filed under Features, In Print

Robin Givhan is the Fashion critic for The Washington Post. She received her masters in journalism at University of Michigan in 1988. Her first newspaper job was with the Detroit Free Press. In 2006, Givhan was awarded the Pulitzer Prize for Criticism. After working at The Washington Post for some...