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All-student Edge meeting brings attention to issue of transparency

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Janavi Metha and Zain Hameed

October 29, 2018

A mandatory all-student meeting regarding the Guilford Edge was held in Dana Auditorium on Wednesday, Oct. 3 to address student questions and concerns about the new academic curriculum being implemented. The session started with a discussion about the Edge system, followed up by a Q&A session with...

New schedule offers challenges, opportunities

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Finn Williamson, Senior Writer

February 23, 2018

One of the proposed changes for the Guilford Edge is a switch from Guilford’s traditional 15-week semester to a 12-3 schedule. “Under the proposed schedule, instead of taking four courses lasting 15 weeks, students would take three more intensive courses for 12 weeks and one very intensive course ...

NRA plays significant role in blocking legislation

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Hannah Shoemaker, News Editor

October 27, 2017

“Guns don’t kill people, people kill people.” For years the National Rifle Association has been operating under this slogan, using its political power to propel into law regulations that strengthen the rights of gun-permit holders, while blocking those that don’t. I believe the NRA is a significant...

Future of immigration policy uncertain

Hannah Shoemaker, Staff Writer

September 29, 2016

Following his late August meeting with Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto, Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump delivered a speech to a crowd of supporters in Phoenix, Arizona, Aug. 31. The main focus? His plan to detain and deport undocumented immigrants and drastically reform the immigration...

Protect Planned Parenthood from GOP lies

November 6, 2015

Five million people are aided by Planned Parenthood every year through services and outreach. Shutting it down would be irresponsible, preventing 400,000 Pap smear tests, 500,000 breast exams and 700,000 HIV tests annually, according to the Planned Parenthood website. Nonetheless, the Grand Old...

Moseley and Dell recognized by local non-profit

Bryan Dooley, Senior Writer

September 21, 2012

Local non-profit Greensboro Beautiful recognized Kyle Dell, associate professor of political science, and Lynn Moseley, Dana professor of biology — along with Brooks Mullane of Greensboro Parks and Recreation and Ken Bridle of Piedmont Land Conservancy — for their work removing harmful invasive species...