The Guilfordian

Theusen highlights effects of student protests

Theusen highlights effects of student protests

Finn Williamson, Senior Writer

April 6, 2018

According to Assistant Professor of History Sarah Thuesen, the boycotts and student protests of the 1940s desegregation movement still hold weight today, despite occurring nearly 80 years ago. Thuesen explored the importance of historical boycotts in North Carolina and presented research from her...

“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...

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...

Justice for Lennon Lacy still evasive, Guilford students join together in support of family

Justice for Lennon Lacy still evasive, Guilford students join together in support of family

Noelle Lane and Nicole Zelniker, Guest Writer and Senior Writer

December 5, 2014

Seventeen-year-old Lennon Lacy was beginning his college search. He was on the football team. He had dreams of going to college. That is why his mother Claudia Lacy thought it strange that the police claimed Lennon took his own life. On Aug. 29, Lennon was found dead in a trailer park. “His...