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The Dining Hall fails to nourish student-athletes

The Dining Hall fails to nourish student-athletes

Eli Short, Staff Writer

March 15, 2019


Filed under In Print, Opinion

Finally, something we’ve all been waiting for: someone to speak out amongst the student body about the Caf, and I am honored to do so. As students, we get asked the big questions on what we think about the Caf. Is it to our liking? Or could it be better? We tend to shy away from our desired opinions...

Students discuss how to handle stress

Annette Varghese, Staff Writers

September 14, 2018


Filed under Features, In Print

Many people say that college is the best time of their life. However, these critical years can be affected by stress, depression and anxiety. Several factors can affect stress levels for incoming and returning college students, including picking out classes, doing various assignments and participating...

Craig Eilbacher named new interim athletics director

Andrew Walker, Sports and Web Editor

February 2, 2018


Filed under In Print, Sports

Guilford College President Jane Fernandes announced that Craig Eilbacher, an associate professor of sports studies, has taken over as the Interim Athletics Director in an email to faculty and staff on Jan. 22. Eilbacher is taking over the position that has been vacant since the end of November when...

A note on petitions

Caleb Anderson

December 4, 2015


Filed under Opinion

I’d like to start by saying the “student-athlete, non-athlete” divide is myth. It’s an issue given power by frustrated students, and used to substitute a larger and far-less discussed concern — a lack of true community. Recently, I read Quinn Johnson’s “Petition criticizes use of funds...

2015 English Award recipients embody excellence

William Burton, Staff Writer

May 1, 2015


Filed under Sports

An annual tradition for Guilford College athletics is the presentation of the English Awards. It is the most prestigious award given to athletes that excel not only in their respective sports but in the classroom and in their communities. These recipients are leaders on and off the field, and they are...

What it means to be a Guilford Quaker

What it means to be a Guilford Quaker

Corbin Barwick, Staff Writer

April 10, 2015


Filed under Sports

Here at Guilford College, athletics is something student-athletes are deeply passionate about. Here we value being able to represent the name Quakers on the front of our jerseys. But it is more than just a representation of the name­ — it is the meaning behind the name and our determination and passion...

UNC & NCAA hand out dishonest grades

James Sharpe, Staff Writer

April 11, 2014


Filed under Sports

“We cheated,” said Mary Willingham, the Center for Student Academic Counseling and Advisor in the Graduation Division at University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in an interview with ESPN. “I can still see all the faces of the athletes we cheated out of an education.” UNC-Chapel Hill is...

Stop, look, and feel

Christianna Van Dalsen, Staff Writers

September 20, 2013


Filed under Sports

$765 million. Sounds like a lot of money, right? Do not let the numbers deceive you. The National Football League’s concussion settlement stirred feelings of gratitude in some and skepticism in most. “It’s a lot of money,” said sophomore halfback Bob Hicks. “Athletes already get paid...