The Guilfordian

“13th” discusses inequality of incarceration

Nakiya Parker, Staff Writer

February 9, 2018

Editor’s note: The U.S. observes February as Black History Month to honor African-American history. This section of The Guilfordian will feature a weekly film review centering on films that have been significant to African-American culture and served as a testament to African-American history and the...

Staff Editorial: Racism, discrimination are not part of our paper’s legacy and motto

October 27, 2017

Over fall break, The Guilfordian received a letter from the Loyal White Knights of the Ku Klux Klan. The letter was directed towards the Editor-in-Chief, but its lack of specificity led us to believe that other college newspapers must have received a similar letter. The group reprimands the general...

United Nations issue early warning to the US

United Nations issue early warning to the US

Daezia Rolling, Staff Writer

September 8, 2017

On Aug. 18, the United Nations issued an early warning to the United States, based on recent events in Charlottesville, Virginia. During the rally in Charlottesville, VA, a car collided with a group of opposing protesters, injuring 19 and killing one. Following Burundi, Iraq, Ivory Coast, Kyrgyzstan...

Protesters rally in Pelham against KKK, Trump

Nicole Zelniker, Editor-In-Chief

December 4, 2016

On Dec. 3, protesters gathered from all over the country to rally against the Klu Klux Klan in Pelham, North Carolina. “We have just as much of a right to be out here and show them it’s not what we want,” said a protester named Alex from Carrboro, North Carolina. People came out for a variety...

KKK list proves racism still prevalent

Nicole Zelniker, World and Nation Editor

November 20, 2015

The unidentified hacker collective called Anonymous released a list of over 1,000 KKK members in October. Many of those listed were already known KKK members or sympathizers of the KKK. Many of the names were also disproved. Regardless, the fact that the KKK could still be so prevalent in politics...

Confederate controversy continues

Annie Fullwood, Staff Writer

September 4, 2015

A flag is oftentimes considered the core of a country’s identity. Whether or not the Confederate flag is part of American identity is still under debate. Since the shooting at the Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church in Charleston, S.C., arguments against public and retail use of the flag...

City approves Greensboro massacre memorial

City approves Greensboro massacre memorial

Thor Tobiassen, Staff Writer

February 6, 2015

No one disputes that on Nov. 3, 1979, neo-Nazis and members of the Ku Klux Klan shot and killed five people, wounding 10, in Greensboro during a demonstration by the Communist Workers’ Party. But beyond that, it is hard to find agreement on anything about the incident. Nevertheless, the City Council...

Guns & anti-Semitism: a behind-the-scenes look at the Kansas City shooting

Guns & anti-Semitism: a behind-the-scenes look at the Kansas City shooting

C.J. Green, Staff Writer

April 25, 2014

“Anti-Semitism has not and will not die if people like this still exist,” said junior Josh Weil. Could we please have a moment of silence for the deceased? Now, can we take another moment for the families involved? Amen. April 13, 2014, will now be a day of mourning for some and one of...