The Guilfordian

Legislation passed on college athlete compensation

Mary Pyles, Staff Writer

November 11, 2019

On Sep. 30, 2019, California passed a state law forbidding colleges from punishing college athletes for acquiring money for using their name or image. This law will go into effect in Jan. 2023.  Currently, the NCAA rules state that college athletes can not accept money from anyone outside their s...

An early wish list for Jane Fernandes’s presidency

Editorial Board

September 18, 2015

Dear Jane,   Congratulations on your inauguration. We appreciate the work you have already done in balancing our budget and getting involved in student life here on campus. We look forward to seeing you continue to do that. We also appreciate your efforts to be open with the students. We...

Despite low salaries, why do professors stick around?

Brittany Murdock, Staff Writer

March 29, 2013

They grade our last-minute typed papers, prepare countless PowerPoint slides and show up to class on time when we are too lazy to even attend. They either deal with our grouchy attitudes at 8:30 a.m. or our continuous yawns during a 6:00 p.m. class. This raises the question, “Why do professors choose...