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Guilford moves toward normalcy after COVID-19

Haley Madison, Staff Writer October 21, 2022

On Monday, Oct. 3, Guilford College declared in a campus-wide email that the College would be entering Phase Five of its COVID-19 activity matrix due to a low number of cases of the coronavirus. Since...

Easter Gray Squirrel infected by botflies

Guilford College lifts community mask mandate

Sheila Sosa, Staff Writer May 18, 2022

It has been more than two years since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, which led to the shutdown of many schools, stores and other public places in North Carolina and across the country. According...

Luge athlete Andriy Mandziy of Ukraine competes at the 2022 Winter Olympics on Feb. 6, 2022.

Controversy leaves its mark on 2022 Winter Olympics

Sabrina Lavine, Staff Writer February 27, 2022

After four years, the Winter Olympics returned this month, and the 2022 Beijing Olympic Games certainly have been memorable ones. This year's Games not only had to face the lasting effects of the COVID-19...

What the lifted travel restrictions mean for the pandemic and the tourism industry

Miles Kirkpatrick , Staff Writer November 19, 2021

The floodgates opened at airports across the U.S. earlier this month as the White House lifted COVID restrictions on international travel. Tourists from more than 30 countries were previously barred from...

Goof: New strain of COVID-19 leads to vampirism?

Dazmyn Gaymon, Staff Writer April 1, 2021

Disclaimer: This story is a part of our April Fool’s edition, The Goofordian. This story was created by Guilfordian Staff and is not based in fact. This past year has been unusual with the COVID-19...

Student debt relief is the responsible course of action

Nolan Ross, Staff Writer March 4, 2021

During a Milwaukee town hall on Feb. 16, 2021, President Joe Biden put the kibosh on a Chuck Schumer-Elizabeth Warren sponsored proposal to cancel up to $50,000 in student debt for students who took federal...

Madison Burkhardt and Jillian Morrison braving the cold to serve coffee and donuts.

Balancing fun and safety during the pandemic

Juliana Hubbard, Staff Writer February 11, 2021

When people think of college, what comes to mind aren’t classes but the relationships, activities and shenanigans that happen outside of the classroom. However, the pandemic has deemed many staples of...

Sunlight filters through the trees onto the lawn in front of Duke Hall and Hege Library.

Expectations and hopes among students for spring semester

Lideah Shivley, Staff Writer December 10, 2020

Basketball season starts up in January, and football is scheduled to begin their season in February. Spring semester is rapidly approaching, leaving college students everywhere wondering how the semester...

Supporting small businesses during the holiday season is important in a COVID-19 world.

Shopping locally: Gift ideas for students during a COVID-19 Christmas

Habin Hwang, Staff Writer December 10, 2020

Finals are just around the corner… but so is Christmas! For many families, 2020 is the first year in which they will not be able to hold large gatherings with all their relatives or travel freely to...

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