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Olympia Quakers support LGBT refugees from Uganda

Quincy Malesovas, Staff Writer

September 5, 2014

Roughly half a year ago, Ugandan president Yoweri Museveni passed an Anti-Homosexuality Act. In a country with longstanding hostility toward LGBTQA people, the new act did nothing but fan the fire. Since then, Ugandan courts have deemed the law invalid, yet threats and violence appear to be increasing....

Goofordian: So long to Quaker mascot – Chabby introduces new mascot, Nathan the Quaker Man disappears

Goofordian: So long to Quaker mascot – Chabby introduces new mascot, Nathan the Quaker Man disappears

Allie Baddley, Nathan the Quaker Man's Disgruntled Wife

March 28, 2014

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. “But I’m a Guilford College Quaker,” yelled senior women’s lacrosse player Becca Colley. Since President and Professor of Political Science ...

Campus religious and spiritual groups create welcoming home for students

Nellie Vinograd, Staff Writer

February 28, 2014

At a Quaker school, it can seem like religion is everywhere. The Hut is always brimming with meetings and different groups constantly hosting events on campus. And yet, in day-to-day life, most students prioritize other needs before their own spirituality. Religious Emphasis Week, Feb. 16–22, was...

Guilford spoke, Chabotar heard, APSA’s finalized

February 14, 2014

If you thought hearing the word “APSA” buzz across campus was a thing of the past, think again. It is only the beginning. With forums, multiple drafts and revisions behind us, President and Professor of Political Science Kent Chabotar’s decisions on the Administrative Program and Services...

Talking about a queer Quaker response to climate change

Talking about a queer Quaker response to climate change

Josh Barker, Staff Writer

March 8, 2013

“What if we do nothing?” asked Peterson Toscano during his Guilford presentation on a queer Quaker response to climate change on Feb. 25. Peterson Toscano visited campus for three events as a part of Religious Emphasis Week: a Tea and Talk in The Hut, a dinner conversation in the Atrium and his...

Christina Repoley ’02 returns to promote launch of new Quaker Voluntary Service

Ali Krantzler, Staff Writer

March 16, 2012

“We’ve been talking about something like this, dreaming about something like this and praying about something like this for about nine years now,” said Christina Repoley ’02 as she described the Quaker Voluntary Service program. The program, started by Repoley, will launch its first pilot...

Baseball season in full swing as team hopes to knock it out of the park

Baseball season in full swing as team hopes to knock it out of the park

Zachary Thomas, Staff Writer

February 16, 2012

One of Guilford College’s oldest athletic traditions, the baseball season, got underway last Wednesday against Greensboro College, the first match in a 40-game season that spans from February to April. A cold, cloudy afternoon did not appear to dampen the spirits of the white-capped, maroon jacket–wearing...