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Renovations continue at Guilford

Renovations continue at Guilford

Ethan Santana, Staff Writer

April 5, 2019

Even as Guilford begins to wrap up the 2018-2019 academic year, renovations and campus-improvement projects around campus are still in full swing. From residence hall revamps to dining hall improvements to the reintroduction of a coffee shop, Guilford’s campus living spaces continue to be updated and...

Julie Elmore spices up vegan cuisine in the caf

Julie Elmore spices up vegan cuisine in the caf

Zachary Lindsey, Staff Writer

March 27, 2015

If you eat at the vegan station at Guilford College’s cafeteria, you know Guilford’s vegan chef Julie Elmore. And chances are, she knows you too. Elmore was hired by Guilford College through Meriwether Godsey in August 2013. Elmore was born in Charlotte, N.C., but moved to Greensboro as a child....

Staff Editorial: Too much Cheerwhine at The Grill

Staff Editiorial

October 25, 2013

How often do you gripe about The Grill or Quakeria? Be honest, we’ve all done it ­— but are we making informed complaints? Do we know what is being done to bridge the communication gap between the company, Meriwether Godsey and the student body? Chris Blain, retail and sustainability manager...

Fire in The Grill has employees running, jumping over counters

Michael Caswell, Staff Writer

March 7, 2013

A fire broke out on Tuesday, Feb. 26 in the kitchen of The Grill when a coil from an old grill burst into flames. “At first, I was stuck and did not know what to do,” said Grill Worker Mecah Bellamy. “Then I ran.” When Grill Worker Kevin Otutuloro saw the fire, he quickly jumped over the...

Contaminated meat versus local food sources: Europe, U.S. question quality

Chloe Lindeman, Staff Writer

February 15, 2013

What do Ireland, England, France and Romania all have in common? Horsemeat. The discovery of horsemeat sold as beef is the center of a growing food scandal in Europe. Britain and France removed several food products from their shelves after DNA testing indicated the presence of up to 100 percent...

Got food? Why some sporting events don’t sell concessions

Got food? Why some sporting events don’t sell concessions

Kate Gibson, Staff Writer

April 13, 2012

As the third quarter of a Quaker football home game begins, your stomach starts growling. No problem — head on over to the concessions stand. But for baseball and lacrosse games, and a few other sports too, you might be out of luck. “It’s hard to do concessions if you’re going to have (only)...

This week’s debate: is Slow Foods good for Guilford?

This week’s debate: is Slow Foods good for Guilford?

Kate Gibson, Laurie Elseroad, staff writer, guest writer

February 16, 2012

Kate Gibson: Fast food is gross. Trust me. I’ve worked for McHeartDisease — twice — so I know that there are no true benefits to frozen patties and bagged lettuce from halfway across the world. Slow food and everything that it stands for — good, clean and fair foodstuffs — is an excell...