The Guilfordian

Climate concerns raised in U.S. report

Roman Raies, World and Nation Editor

November 30, 2018


Filed under In Print, World & Nation

The Trump administration’s denial of climate change has not stopped government researchers from publishing their findings. The U.S. Global Change Research Program released its National Climate Assessment on Nov. 23. Containing contributions from over a dozen U.S. federal agencies and 300 authors, the...

Students fight food insecurity in Quaker Cupboard program

Students fight food insecurity in Quaker Cupboard program

Derek Nguyen, Staff Writer

November 3, 2017


Filed under In Print, News, Top Stories

In a study done by the National Student Campaign Against Hunger and Homelessness in 2016, 48 percent of college students reported having food insecurity in the past month. As demonstrated in this study, many students are victims of food insecurity across the United States, and Guilford College students...

Staff Editorial: News literacy is indispensable

Staff Editorial: News literacy is indispensable

September 15, 2017


Filed under In Print, Opinion

As a campus focused on social justice, we want to work to change the world. We want to make a world that is more accepting, more free, more just. We cannot, however, simply make a difference without information. In order to change the world, we must know what is happening and its context. We must be...

Unpaid internships create risk for exploitation

Unpaid internships create risk for exploitation

Mae Wood, Staff Writer

April 22, 2016


Filed under Opinion, Top Stories

Picture this: You work in a strenuous and demanding work environment. The stakes are high, and the pressure is on. You work 40 hours every week, and you’ve got bills to pay. Amongst all of these anxieties, you’re expected to survive with no wage. It doesn’t sound plausible, but many internships...

Mental health still a major issue

Julia Tyson, Staff Writer

November 20, 2015


Filed under Opinion

At any given time, a Guilford student can be overheard detailing their stress to a friend. They’ll blame their course load, social lives, work, extracurricular activities or uncertainty about the future. But you’ll rarely hear them talk about the underlying problem — mental health. As someone...

Mental health services here to help

Caleb Amstutz, Staff Writer

November 20, 2015


Filed under News

It is hardly a question that colleges and universities in the United States are suffering from a widespread mental health crisis. According to the National Alliance on Mental Illness, 50 percent of college students ranked their mental health as below average. One in three students reported long periods...