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International correspondent opens up on time with NPR

International correspondent opens up on time with NPR

Praveena Somasundaram, Features Editor

March 16, 2018

“I’ll go.” It was this two-word message that NPR international correspondent Carrie Kahn sent to her editors in Miami before boarding a red-eye flight to Haiti. Kahn was the first NPR reporter to arrive in Haiti after the 2010 earthquake struck. “It was tough,” said Kahn. “I had...

Seniors show off thesis presentations, projects

Beatriz Caldas, Managing Editor

April 28, 2017

As actor and composer Lin-Manuel Miranda would say, history has its eyes on us. But on April 18 and April 25, the students of the history department seminar showed that sometimes human beings can be the ones keeping an eye on history. Students, led by Professor of History Timothy Kircher, began their...

Student presents on NC abortion access

Student presents on NC abortion access

Hannah Shoemaker, Staff Writer

April 28, 2017

One in three women in the United States gets an abortion. This was one piece of information presented at Guilford College’s “Teach-In: How to Get an Abortion in North Carolina” information session on Wednesday, April 19. The event was organized by senior and women’s, gender and sexuality...

Student presentations cover wide variety of subjects at the Guilford Undergraduate Symposium

Student presentations cover wide variety of subjects at the Guilford Undergraduate Symposium

Maksym Kosachevskyy, News Editor

April 28, 2017

Fish brains, music and memory, racial and economic divide in education, biofilms and LGBTQIA representation in STEM-related fields. These are just some of the many topics covered at the 2017 Guilford College Undergraduate Symposium. On Friday, April 21, students and faculty members attended a multidisciplinary...

Sports editorial: Presenter Adam Ritz educates student athletes

Reese Setzer, Sports Editor

April 29, 2016

As student athletes and college students, it is safe to say that most of us know the prodigious impact that some of the decisions we make can be have on our futures after college, both positively and negatively. This is prior knowledge that many of us had going into Adam Ritz’s presentation a few...

Although late, Reich’s presentation inspires

Although late, Reich’s presentation inspires

Aubrey King, Staff Writer

April 10, 2015

A man whose small stature only hides his fiery determination, Robert Reich,  captured audiences last Tuesday. Originally scheduled for Feb. 17, Robert Reich, who is Chancellor’s Professor of Public Policy at the University of California at Berkeley, former Secretary of Labor in the Clinton administration...

A journey into the Undergraduate Symposium

A journey into the Undergraduate Symposium

Justyn Melrose, Staff Writer

March 16, 2012

Just when you thought it was safe to go to the Guilford Undergraduate Symposium, GUS 2012 arrived with more zombies, fairy tales and child-eating allegories than ever before. Described as “a perfect incubator for ideas and designs” by organizer and co-founder Melanie Lee-Brown, associate professor...