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Writer Oswaldo Estrada, a UNC-Chapel Hill professor of Spanish and Latin American Studies, reads at Scuppernong Books during the Writers for Migrant Justice event on Sept. 4.

Reading brings community together to raise money for families at the border

Alesha Garcia and Ellen Han September 12, 2019

As tensions continue to intensify along the U.S.-Mexico border, the tragedies that occur there often seem to get drowned out by the incessant arguing of politicians. In an effort to support migrant families...

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Scuppernong talk brings community together

Abigail AbantoHollans, Features Editor March 29, 2019

On Wednesday, March 27 at 7:00 p.m., Scuppernong Books hosted a Green Drinks discussion about the Green New Deal. This discussion brough students from North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University...

Lakey leads workshop on nonviolent protest

Yunah Kim, News Editor March 22, 2019

On Monday, Mar. 18, activist and sociologist George Lakey led a group of Guilford students, staff and faculty members in a workshop on nonviolent direct action. The workshop was held in the Gilmer Room...

Scuppernong Books “Mountains Beyond Mountains: The Quest of Dr. Paul Farmer, a Man who would Cure the World”

Scuppernong Books hosts “Mountains Beyond Mountains: The Quest of Dr. Paul Farmer, a Man who would Cure the World” discussion

Kathryn Hurst, Staff Writer January 25, 2019

On Thursday, Jan. 17 at 7 p.m., Scuppernong Books in Downtown Greensboro was packed full with subscribers of the Guilford College Bryan Series. This might look strange to the passerby, but taking a closer...

Professor Andrew Saulters releases new book

Yunah Kim, News Editor September 14, 2018

Part-time Lecturer of English and Director of Unicorn Press Andrew Saulters launched his new book, “No, It’s Just You: A Memoir in 58 One-Act Plays and One Montage,” at Scuppernong Books in Greensboro...

Mylène Dressler, Associate Professor of English, and fellow Associate Professor Diya Abdo had to change their planned three-week, study-abroad course to a class they titled Writing in Real Time // Photo by Maia Dery.

Professor Mylène Dressler will celebrate release of her new novel with students and community

Praveena Somasundaram, Features Editor September 8, 2017

Six years ago, Associate Professor of English Mylène Dressler was traveling along the Pacific Coast Highway in California when she came up with the idea for her new novel, “The Last To See Me,” which...

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