The Guilfordian

Greensboro artists speak up for social justice

Annie Vo, Staff Writer

November 11, 2019

On a warm Saturday afternoon at Government Plaza in Greensboro, poets, musicians and artists gathered at the local event, Diversity over Division, to express their opinions on topics such as social justice, political change and peace.  The demonstration took place on a stage surrounded by a wide set...

Staff Editorial: Properly reporting on shootings is imperative

Staff Editorial: Properly reporting on shootings is imperative

February 23, 2018

The tragic shooting in Parkland, Florida has joined the list of events sparking discussions revolving around gun violence. However, as journalists here at The Guilfordian, we realize that the sensitive nature of the topic can lead to inaccurate coverage or can toxically influence reporting. In consideration...

Nidal Hasan: The murderer, the terrorist or the martyr?

Robert Pacheco, Staff Writer

September 6, 2013

On Aug. 28, Major Nidal Hasan received the death penalty for the shooting in Ft. Hood, Texas. Hasan killed 13 and injured 32 on Nov. 2009 when he opened fire on military personnel staging for deployment. Hasan’s sentence will allow him the martyrdom he sought when he became the first active duty...

Brief updates on tragedies domestic and abroad

Katy Andrews and Anthony Harrison, Staff Writers

May 3, 2013

Boston terrorized by violence On April 15, the Boston Marathon 2013 was interrupted by two separate bombings at the finish line. The attacks, allegedly orchestrated by brothers Dzhokhar and Tamerlan Tsarnaev, left three dead and more than 280 injured. On April 18, the brothers also engaged in a s...