The Guilfordian

Time of panic requires clarity of news

photo for Kye opinion piece

Pierson Kye, Staff Writer

May 14, 2020

Things change. Life happens. Not everything goes according to plan. Originally, my next piece in The Guilfordian would have been an op-ed about the bell that rings every hour and can be heard all across campus. I would have thrown in an Anita Ward joke and claimed that members of the Guilford community...

‘Storm Area 51’ event fuels intergalactic theories

Lana Heltzel, Editor-in-Chief

November 11, 2019

On June 27, video game streamer Matty Roberts created an event on Facebook titled, “Storm Area 51.” Boasting the tagline “they can’t stop all of us,” (to which the cynical would reply, “they absolutely can”) Roberts’ event humorously suggested that swarms of people raid the highly class...

Journalists share unique angles on Ebola

Journalists share unique angles on Ebola

Lily Lou, Staff Writer

April 3, 2015

Brian Castner and Cheryl Hatch flew to Liberia with two plane tickets and an idea: to report on United States military action in response to Ebola in Liberia. In addition to being a journalist and a military veteran, Castner is the author of “The Long Walk.” Hatch is a photojournalist, a documentary...