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Interfaith event celebrates religion, culture

Anna Gamez, Staff Writer April 20, 2018

The Interfaith Art and Spring Open House was open to members of the Guilford community on Wednesday, April 11, from 12 p.m. to 2 p.m. at the Hut. The event featured a henna booth, a picnic table filled...

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Guilford College News in Brief

Hannah Shoemaker, News Editor April 6, 2018

Mylène Dressler wins book award Associate Professor of English and Creative Writing Mylène Dressler is the 2018 winner of the is Book Pipeline award for her latest novel, “The Last To See Me.”...

Ayah Khalifa (left), Rev. Brandon Wrencher, Casey Thomas and Rev. Mykal Slack spoke as panelists at the Black Power/Black Theology event in the Community Center on Tuesday, Feb. 8, 2018.//Photo by Julia Martins de Sa/The Guilfordian

Black Theology panel gives new perspective on Faith

Jonah Selom, Staff Writer February 16, 2018

On Thursday, Feb. 8, Guilford community members gathered for a panel on black theology. Panelists included board member of the Renaissance Community Cooperative Casey Thomas ’10, University of North...

Reza Aslan answers an audience member’s question at the Bryan Series in Dana Auditorium on Sunday, Jan. 28, 2018.//Photo by Abigail Bekele/The Guilfordian

Reza Aslan discusses religion, storytelling at Bryan Series

Lana Heltzel, Staff Writer February 2, 2018

“When you’re an immigrant, ‘I want to be a writer’ is not something you tell your parents who basically gave up everything to come here,” said Reza Aslan, author and religious studies scholar,...

Religion extremism leads to conflicts in Iraq

Brenna Walsh, Staff Writer December 2, 2016

The Middle East and North Africa are home to some of the world’s most dangerous and turbulent conflicts. According to a Pew Research Center study drawing on information from 2014, the medium level...

In response to five common misconceptions about atheism

Walter Hassell, Guest Writer November 13, 2015

Atheists are the least trusted minority in America today. What, you were thinking of a different group? If so, that isn’t surprising, given that there has been great pushback (as there should be)...

Arrest of Texas student sparks debate

Ahmed Mohamed brings homemade clock to school, is detained
Harris Billings, Staff Writer October 2, 2015

When 14-year-old Ahmed Mohamed brought the clock he had made to school, he was trying to impress one of his teachers. He had no idea it would lead to him getting suspended, detained by law enforcement...

Letter to the editor: A response to discussion of K. Renato Lings’ ‘Love Lost in Translation’

Jeffrey R. Ray, Guest Writer November 21, 2014

In the Hut on Nov. 10, students sat down with the author of “Love Lost in Translation,” K. Renato Lings. I very much enjoyed hearing that what I was told when I was younger were lies. God does love...

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...

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