The Guilfordian

News in Brief

News in Brief

Beatriz Caldas, Editor-In-Chief

November 3, 2017

United States At least eight people were killed when a man drove 20 blocks down a bike path beside the Hudson River in Lower Manhattan on Tuesday afternoon before he crashed his pickup truck and was shot by police officers, said the authorities. Multiple law enforcement sources say this incident is b...

Public Safety addresses student concerns

Public Safety addresses student concerns

Hannah Shoemaker, News Editor

September 29, 2017

Following the past few weeks’ campus safety incidents, including a police operation, an alleged assault, an attempted kidnapping and  a reported gunman, Campus Life staff and Public Safety held a series of campus safety forums on Sept. 19 and 21 to raise awareness of safety protocols and precautions...

Donors and students are disconnected

Nick Carratu, Staff Writer

November 13, 2015

Voting unanimously against the installation of campus-wide surveillance cameras, Community Senate made it clear that they wouldn’t waste rollover funds on unnecessary ancillary expenditures. For over a year, the board of trustees pushed for those security cameras. Instead, their agenda took a direct...

Senate will not fund security cameras

Clare Forrister, Opinion Editor

November 6, 2015

The campus is buzzing about security cameras. At Monday’s Community Senate meeting — the largest attended so far this year — over an hour of discussion led to a final consensus not to fund security cameras for Guilford. The money would have come from the Senate rollover budget. While the...

Senate will not fund security cameras

Senate will not fund security cameras

Gabe Pollak, Allison DeBusk, and Clare Forrister

November 2, 2015

Tonight at Senate, the community decided not to fund security cameras. After intense discussion, attendees came to consensus that they did not want to use the Senate rollover fund for this purpose. In addition to discussing security cameras, students voiced concerns about the school's justice system,...

Senate Update

Collin Gendron, Business Manager

October 23, 2015

In our first week back of Senate, we were able to have a discussion with Academic Affairs involving topics ranging from new majors to security cameras on campus. Academic Affairs works with credit and non-credit educational opportunities for students. The two most recent initiatives that Academic Affairs...