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World leaders need commitment to truth

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Elliott Rodden, Staff Writer

November 30, 2018

Obviously, everyone believes that those around them, especially the president, should tell the truth. But not everyone tells the truth, therefore making it the job of the people and the media to determine if a statement from the president is true. I dislike the fact that presidents lie, because every ...

CAI training inspires acceptance on campus

Attendees of the Communities Against Islamophobia event pose for a picture on Saturday, Jan. 27, 2018.//Photo by Abigail Abantohollans/The Guilfordian

Abigail AbantoHollans and Yunah Kim

February 2, 2018

A table filled with stickers, posters and pamphlets supporting sanctuary greeted attendees as they entered the Communities Against Islamophobia training session. Communities Against Islamophobia was held by the American Friends Service Committee on Saturday, Jan. 27 in Founders Hall from 9:00 a.m....

The best news of the summer according to Guilford students

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Laura Hay, Staff Writer

September 22, 2017

Several students have reportedly been avoiding local, national and international news for the past four months. “I’ve stopped paying attention to news,” said Early College senior Joseph Chang. “The news media is shifting to click-bait.” This sentiment was echoed by many students who were...

Turkish referendum offers power to the president

Recep Tayyip Erdoğan, president of Turkey since 2014, is in favor of the referendum that passed on Sunday, April 16, 2017. The referendum will give more executive powers to Erdoğan. // Photo courtesy of flickr.com, Recep Tayyip Erdoğan.

Nicole Zelniker, Editor-In-Chief

April 28, 2017

While half the country is singing praises of the president, the other half is shouting for a revolution. On April 16, a national referendum passed, giving Turkish President Recep Erdogan more power than any president in Turkey’s history. “God willing, these results will be the beginning of...

Journalists and readers have lost accountability

Editorial Board

November 20, 2015

News media isn’t what it used to be. Once upon a time, citizens in the United States could flip on a television and find the always trustworthy news anchor Walter Cronkite behind a desk disseminating the day’s events. They could read articles by watchdog print reporters, like Bob Woodward and...