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Policy offers protection to three hundred thousand Venezuelan immigrants

AB Donegan, Staff Writer March 18, 2021

Of the 5.4 million Venezuelan refugees and migrants around the world, an estimated 320,000 of them living in the United States are now eligible for deportation protection and work permits thanks to a decree...

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Trump pushes America away from global relations

Delaney Martin, Staff Writer November 2, 2018

Since his campaign days, President Donald Trump has been very clear about one thing: in his mind, America always comes first. He has stated that we are the greatest nation in the world on numerous occasions...

NAFTA renegotiations continue in a standstill against Canada and the US

Ayesha Tahirkheli, Staff Writer September 14, 2018

Rising political tensions, miscommunications and legal quandaries have brought negotiations of the North American Free Trade Agreement to a standstill.  Since August 16, 2017, the U.S., Mexico, and Canada...

Alumni gym access restricted, but change possible

Aubrey King, Staff Writer February 6, 2015

Upon passing by Ragan-Brown Field House, a casual observer can see various athletes, faculty and students flowing in and out of the facility. They come to practice, watch and work out in a fantastic environment. Part...

Catastrophic health insurance: can you pay the price?

Brittany Murdock, Staff Writer November 30, 2012

The average expense of a spinal cord injury in the first year is $1,023,924. Could a Guilford College football player’s family afford such an expense? Catastrophic insurance is a policy which covers...

No butts about it: new smoking policy ignites ire

No butts about it: new smoking policy ignites ire

Josh Ballard, Staff Writer September 14, 2012

Behind King Hall. Behind the Mail and Print Services building. Behind the Community Center. On the North Apartment porches, but only when the proper forms are signed. If you are a smoker on campus,...

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