The Guilfordian

Food Justice lecture builds positive discussion

Food Justice lecture builds positive discussion

DaeQuan Fitzgerald, Managing Editor

February 9, 2018

North Carolina is ranked the No. 8 state in terms of food insecurity. The Greensboro-High Point metropolitan area continuously ranks as one of the areas with the most difficulty securing food based on a percentage of the total population. These and other issues of local food insecurity were discussed...

Noose shakes multiple campuses in Greensboro

Finn Williamson, Senior Writer

December 1, 2017

On Nov. 7, the Joint School of Nanoscience and Nanoengineering, a collaboration between North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University and the University of North Carolina at Greensboro, was host to an unpleasant reminder of the past in the form of a noose found on campus. Campus police from...

Greensboro protests for climate, environment

Abe Kenmore, Opinion Editor

May 7, 2017

Bluegrass from the University of North Carolina Greensboro’s Old Time Ensemble welcomed a modest, but enthusiastic, crowd of protestors to Greensboro’s central park on Saturday, April 29, for the Greensboro People’s Rally for Climate, Jobs and Justice. “Most of our states, most of our cities,...

Students explore food justice, access at FoodStorm Conference

Students explore food justice, access at FoodStorm Conference

Abigail Bekele, Contributing Writing

March 3, 2017

Students, faculty and the greater Greensboro community joined together to connect people interested in food justice at the third annual local FoodStorm Conference, hosted by Guilford College on Feb. 25. The day was filled with workshops where people could go and learn about different ways the city...

Guilford develops new major

Guilford develops new major

Aarushi Ahuja, Staff Writer

November 4, 2016

Guilford College may soon be growing some environmental superheroes. A group of enthusiastic students gathered in an environmental science classroom in the Frank Family Science Center on Monday, Oct. 24, to hear about an opportunity they had been waiting for since the beginning of their college careers. The...

Charlotte Protests

Nicole Zelniker, Editor-In-Chief

October 22, 2016

On Sept. 20, the police killing of 43-year-old black man Keith Lamont Scott in Charlotte, North Carolina, would ignite a series of protests throughout the state, from the streets of Charlotte to North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University in Greensboro. There are conflicting reports...