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Geeks on the Quad unites to celebrate pi day

Geeks on the Quad unites to celebrate pi day

Yunah Kim, Staff Writer

March 23, 2018

From trivia questions to pie-eating contests themed around Pi Day, Guilford College’s Geeks on the Quad event provided the community with an opportunity to share geeky passions while learning more about others. The event was hosted by the Society of Physics Students, Guilford’s Community Senate,...

“Black Panther” redefines superhero genre

“Black Panther” redefines superhero genre

Kinye Watson, Staff Writer

February 23, 2018

Equal parts action-packed and intrigue-filled, Marvel’s “Black Panther” is an instant classic. The dialogue is sharp and witty. The action sequences are both seamlessly elegant and ruthlessly brutal. The visuals are stunning. The main characters are likable and nuanced, and the narrative itself...

Guilford BHM kickoff event honors culture

Guilford BHM kickoff event honors culture

Roman Raies, Staff Writer

February 16, 2018

With a kickoff event featuring cultural performances, Guilford College started off Black History Month on a high note. On Feb. 7, students, staff and faculty gathered together in Dana Auditorium to celebrate the richness, resilience and diversity of black culture. “I mean, it’s Black History Month,...

Etsuo’s corner: the differences between New York City and Tokyo

Etsuo’s corner: the differences between New York City and Tokyo

Etsuo Fujita, Staff Writer

November 3, 2017

Editor’s note: Etsuo’s Corner is a weekly column for World & Nation by Etsuo Fujita, an international student from Japan. Fujita features other international students or writes about his adventures and impressions as he learns about the cultures and customs at Guilford and his travels in Ameri...

“Pariah” represents LGBTQIA community

“Pariah” represents LGBTQIA community

McKinley Keener, Staff Writer

October 27, 2017

“There’s something special about seeing somebody who’s a lot like you portrayed in a film,” said Rex Welton, founder of the LGBTQIA film society OUT at the Movies, in a phone interview. Having the same mindset as Welton, Guilford’s Multicultural Education Department hosted an Oct. 5 screening...

Television needs to normalize disability

Annie Fulwood, Staff Writer

September 18, 2015

Take a moment to recall your favorite TV characters. Maybe, if you’re the age of my father, it’s Fred Flintstone. Or if you’re a suburban mother, it’s Olivia Pope, PR extraordinaire. If you’re 20 and majoring in pre-med, it might be Derek “McDreamy” Shepherd. And now try to recall how...