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Pete Sangimino, professor of Tai Chi, poses in a Tai Chi stance. Sangimino is a new, part-time instructor in the sports studies department.// Photo by Abigail Bekele/The Guilfordian

Pete Sangimino teaches Tai Chi at Guilford

Jasmin Whitsett, Staff Writer October 27, 2017

This year, Guilford College welcomed new faculty member Pete Sangimino, who is filling in as a part-time Tai Chi instructor for Michelle Carter. Tai Chi is known for its health benefits and helps maintain...

View from the lane: the value of the team

Sommer Fanney, Staff Writer May 1, 2015

In the previous “View from the lane,” I mentioned how people would tell me they wished they could enjoy running too. In a nutshell, my response was that it is not always so enjoyable or easy. That...

View from the lane: the best dancer

View from the lane: the best dancer

Sommer Fanney, Staff Writer April 24, 2015

In the previous “View from the lane,” I talked about my typical pre-race ritual before a track meet, which is an extensive process. But now, it is time to get the adrenaline fully flowing. You are...

Munich Marathon 10k: racing through history

Munich Marathon 10k: racing through history

Ian Penny, Guest Writer October 24, 2014

On paper, running 10 kilometers sounds easy. That distance, roughly equal to 6.2 miles, is only a shade longer than a car trip from Guilford College to the Cook-Out on Battleground Avenue. Cosmically...

Catching up with Guilford Speedster Johnathan Smith

CJ Green, Staff Writer January 27, 2012

Crowds of people watch as a group of men position themselves into a sprinter’s stance. They are all perched like statues waiting for their marks, ready to make their own. As a gunshot rings out, the...

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