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Muslim Forbes journalist fired for “Justice League” interview

Ray Fisher as Cyborg in Warner Bros. film,
November 12, 2020

Muslim Forbes journalist Sheraz Farooqi has been fired over an article he published  concerning actor Ray Fisher’s allegations of abuse by director Joss Whedon and several Warner Bros. executives during...

Pleas from an Asian-American: we are not a virus

Trump crossing out
October 30, 2020

It’s been everywhere in 2020: plastered across the homepages of our social media, heavily quoted in digital news and boldly printed across the captions of our eight o’clock news for all to see. It’s...

‘It’s OK to Be White’ posters circulate around Guilford’s campus, raise community’s concerns

Posters saying,
October 31, 2019

On Sept. 29, junior Connor Potts was parking in the Hendricks lot for their 8:30 a.m. class when they discovered a partially folded-over poster stuck to a lamppost. “I was like, do not tell me that...

Nike boycotters miss point of peaceful protest

Nike boycotters miss point of peaceful protest
September 21, 2018

There’s five pairs of shoes in there, I’m going to let them all burn,” Twitter user AlterAtYeshiva says over a tinny recording of the national anthem as he shoves his Nike sneakers into a fire pit....

Players kneeling is not a sign of disrespect

Shania Lao
October 27, 2017

“I am not going to stand up and show pride in a flag for a country that oppresses black people and people of color,” said San Francisco 49ers player Colin Kaepernick on Aug. 26, 2016. “To me, this...

Staff Editorial: Racism, discrimination are not part of our paper’s legacy and motto

October 27, 2017

Over fall break, The Guilfordian received a letter from the Loyal White Knights of the Ku Klux Klan. The letter was directed towards the Editor-in-Chief, but its lack of specificity led us to believe that...

Poetry Slam gives voices to students

Lesly Vasquez ‘18 performs “Photograph” by Andrea Gibson during the poetry slam in the Community Center on Thursday, Sept. 21, 2017./Photo by Abigail Bekele/The Guilfordian
September 29, 2017

“I’m simply the tree that went unheard,” said first place winner Phillip Williams as he read his own work titled “Revelations” during the Poetry Slam. The event was held Thursday, Sept. 21...

Letter to the Editor

Letter to the Editor
September 15, 2017

A police presence was requested last week after there was an attempted kidnapping on campus. Not only were there police monitoring students and on-campus traffic, but they were also allowed to drive through...

Speak up against bigotry

December 2, 2016

The Southern Poverty Law Center has reported over 200 instances of verbal and physical harassment against marginalized groups in the past week. President-elect Donald Trump has appointed Steve Bannon to...

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