The Guilfordian

Looking back on an eventful school year

Annie Fullwood, Staff Writer May 1, 2015

Mary Hobbs fire It was a September morning when construction workers in Mary Hobbs Hall called 911 to report a fire. “Our crews made an offensive attack into the attic area looking for the fire,”...

Staff Editorial: Outside opinions, but not outside decisions

Editorial Board February 13, 2015

The arrival of Steven Salaita on our campus last Tuesday, Feb. 3, caused quite a stir. Not only were students and faculty on campus divided, the event — and the decision to move it from The Frank Family...

Dialogue can solve campus controversy

Dialogue can solve campus controversy

Nicole Zelniker, Features Editor February 13, 2015

It’s no secret that Guilford tends to support Palestine, though there is no official position on the conflict. “As an institution, I do not think we have a set stance on the conflict,” said Faris...

Steven Salaita’s visit stirs controversy

Steven Salaita’s visit stirs controversy

Brianna Parker, Staff Writer February 13, 2015

“Universities need academic freedom to function at their best,” said Steven Salaita in his lecture on Feb. 3, at Guilford College. “They just do.” The lecture, originally scheduled to take place...

Letter to the Editor: Steven Salaita’s visit promotes division in Guilford’s community

Josh Weil, Guest Writer February 6, 2015

While I, some of my peers, a few Guilford faculty and staff are attempting to create a safe campus climate for all students, I am sorry to hear of a campus event that is a step backwards in our efforts to make...

University professor’s tenure revoked over anti-Israel tweets

Landon Fried, Staff Writer September 26, 2014

Steven Salaita’s Twitter posts cost him his job. The University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign offered him a tenured professorship in 2013 but revoked the offer on Aug. 1 before school started this...

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