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Trans lives threatened

Jake Ramsaur, Staff Writer

November 2, 2018

The Obama Administration helped the transgender community make strides in the way of civil rights, but a leaked memo shows that the Trump administration may be reversing some of the progress that was made. On Sunday, Oct. 21, the New York Times leaked a memo from the Department of Health and Human...

Guilford College News in Brief

Guilford College News in Brief

October 6, 2017

NFL Controversy Campus Discussion On Thursday, Sept. 28, the Office of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion and Brothers Doing Positive hosted a campus dialogue centered around the recent NFL controversy. The event was planned in light of the many NFL players, coaches and executives taking a knee during...

Staff Editorial: News literacy is indispensable

Staff Editorial: News literacy is indispensable

September 15, 2017

As a campus focused on social justice, we want to work to change the world. We want to make a world that is more accepting, more free, more just. We cannot, however, simply make a difference without information. In order to change the world, we must know what is happening and its context. We must be...

Moving past news headlines to provide a human face

Moving past news headlines to provide a human face

Abigail Bekele and Jacqueline Carr

October 26, 2016

Guilfordian Staff writers Jacqueline Carr and Evan Gorgen contributed to this story. New York Times journalist Scott Anderson shared his work and experiences from his most recent project,“Fractured Lands,” at Wake Forest University on Wednesday, Oct. 26, 2016. The 42,000-word project took 18 ...

Bryan Series starts off with professor Michael Pollan

Bryan Series starts off with professor Michael Pollan

Andrew Walker, Staff Writer

September 22, 2016

The 2016-17 Guilford College Bryan Series kicks off on Sept. 30 with Michael Pollan: professor of journalism, author and speaker on the culture, science and the history of food. His influence on the sustainable food movement covers the whole United States and raises many conversations about food and...

Declining enrollment puts the college in dire straits

Vanessa Madonna, Staff Writer

March 27, 2015

When enrollment numbers are dropping fast, what is a school to do? A decline in enrollment rates is something Guilford College has been struggling with for a couple of years now. As of spring 2015, Guilford has 1,087 traditional students, 783 CCE students and 96 early college students enrolled. “(Guilford...

Is marriage privatization for you?

Elias Blondeau, Staff Writer

November 16, 2012

Imagine a world where marriage has been completely privatized, where the government will no longer recognize people as being legally married. I know — pretty hard to picture something so bleak. But you might not have to picture it much longer, because that situation may become a reality. Earlier...

Taliban leader allegedly killed in U.S. drone attack

Aaron Hall, Staff Writer

January 27, 2012

Pakistani officials state that intercepted Taliban communications indicate that their leader may have been killed in a U.S. drone strike, on Jan. 12. Taliban officials have denied the claim. According to the New York Times, Pakistani intelligence officials are reporting that they  intercepted...