The Guilfordian

Study abroad program examines prisons

Natalie Whitmeyer, Staff Writer

March 15, 2019

A study abroad interest meeting was held for “Prisons in the U.S. and Norway” on Wednesday, Feb. 20 from 5:00 to 5:45 p.m. in King Hall. Professor of Psychology Eva McGuire and Professor of Justice and Policy Studies Sherry Giles will both be leading this trip in hopes of allowing students to gain...

Consent is the Best Present

Consent is the Best Present

February 9, 2018

As the Valentine’s Day holiday approaches, The Guilfordian staff would like to remind everyone of the importance of consent. Crucial in any sexual encounter, consent comes first and is mandatory. Silence is not consent, nor does what someone wears or how much they had to drink classify as consent....

Justice system is inherently racially biased

Yahya Salih, Staff Writer

September 11, 2015

Imagine you’re a black person walking through a white neighborhood. You wave to signal hello, yet no one responds. Everyone looks at you as if you are about to rob them. A police officer comes by, steps out of his car and begins questioning you about why you are there. You are racially profiled because you are no...