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Staff Editorial: Guilford’s past leadership and the road ahead

November 5, 2021

October ushered in another change in Guilford College’s leadership. On Oct. 6, an email from Board of Trustees Chair Ed Winslow announced the appointment of Kyle Farmbry as the College’s new president....

Staff Editorial: Holding William Miller Jr. in the light

October 1, 2021

To them, our desks are shields, our pencils weapons and our lockers potential hiding spots.   “Make sure to stay away from windows,” they tell us. “Follow all our instructions and stay silent—maybe...

Staff Editorial: Who do we think we are, Elon or something?

March 1, 2013

“While Guilford’s campus is among the most delightful in academia, care is taken not to pour money into making a ‘show’ of the grounds and buildings. There are no soaring Gothic structures, no...

Staff Editorial: Tips for a stress-free finals week

November 30, 2012

Finals are getting closer every day — 20 papers and essay-style exams loom overhead and threaten chaos — but never fear! There are steps you can take to prepare yourself and tackle these monsters head-on...

Staff Editorial: Grab that pen, write a novel in a month

November 9, 2012

Love books? Write one! November is NaNoWriMo (National Novel Writing Month), and some Guilford students are breaking from the norm of reading novels and instead creating one of their own. NaNoWriMo...

Staff Editorial: Why it’s not okay to stay home from voting

November 2, 2012

The editorial board originally planned to use this column to endorse our presidential candidate, as all newspapers are wont to do. This column would have been filled with lavish praises for Candidate X...

Staff Editorial: What qualifies as awareness?

October 26, 2012

October is not just the month when trees shake their branches to clear the leaves that will ultimately collect in massive piles on the ground. Nor is it only the month where we get to dress up in creative...

Staff Editorial: Exploring the ‘Greater’ in ‘Greater Greensboro’

October 5, 2012

Do you tend to find yourself sitting in your dorm room bored? Or have you been caught complaining, once again, that there is nothing to do? If you discover yourself stuck in the “Guilford bubble,”...

Staff Editorial: Celebrating the 50th year of integration

September 28, 2012

Two years before the Civil Rights Act of 1964, and three years after a Guilford talent show depicted a comedian in blackface, James McCorkle '66  became the first African American to enroll at Guilford...

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