The Guilfordian

Staff Editorial: Make your voice heard — save Guilford

November 19, 2020

This year we have faced difficult truths: the COVID-19 pandemic will not end as soon as we expected, the climate crisis is worsening, political uncertainty fuels animosity and Guilford College is changing,...

Staff Editorial: “Unprecedented times”

November 12, 2020

These two words have probably been in Guilford students’ inboxes dozens of times since March and for good reason. 2020 has had no shortage of ups and downs, and even with the conclusion of the election...

Staff Editorial: Finishing the semester safely

November 5, 2020

With three weeks remaining before students go home to finish the fall 2020 semester online and settle in for the first break of the year, it’s more important than ever to stock up on essentials like...

Staff Editorial: In response to program prioritization

October 29, 2020

COVID-19 has devastated millions of lives physically, emotionally, mentally and financially. The pandemic has caused a great deal of anxiety for many Guilfordians, but it is not the only source of stress...

Staff Editorial: Climate change is a ticking time bomb

October 15, 2020

The clock counts down on the Metronome in Manhattan, a physical representation of the time we have left until the effects of global warming are irreversible. Currently, we have a little over seven years. Climate...

Staff Editorial: Make sure your vote counts

October 8, 2020

*The Guilfordian does not endorse any political party or political candidate. The 2020 election has officially already begun. In many states, voters are flocking to early voting sites in record numbers. The...

Staff Editorial: Seasonal depression looms over college students

December 3, 2019

Record-setting cold weather in North Carolina has hit us with the force of a truck. A very stealthy truck that rammed into us with little pretense or warning. It’s the point in the semester where it’s...

Staff Editorial: Florence sparks discussion of media accuracy

Staff Editorial: Florence sparks discussion of media accuracy
September 21, 2018

Prior to hurricane Florence hitting the United States’ atlantic coast, many news reports from several media outlets, including newspapers, television and radio, emphasized the dangers of the storm, which...

Integrity in Journalism

Integrity in Journalism
January 19, 2018

Newspaper, radio and television journalists alike have grappled with the question of journalistic integrity in the political climate of the United States under President Trump. As both a core value of...

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