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Anti-government protests continue in Thailand

April 7, 2020

The political situation in Thailand has been unstable since the military coup in 2014. On Jan. 12, a large rally against present administrative power occurred at the State Railway Public Park in Bangkok. Colloquially...

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Muppet Wikia
February 23, 2018

Brazil Brazilian Congress has approved a decree that allows military intervention in Rio de Janeiro, according to ABC News. On Feb. 20, both the police and the military spread out through the city in...

Etsuo’s Corner: Studying Abroad in China

Etsuo’s Corner: Studying Abroad in China
February 9, 2018

This week, I would like to share junior Chris Collins’ experience in China. Though Japan is very close to China, I have never been to China. So, by interviewing him, I learned interesting facts about...

News in Brief

February 26, 2016

Brazil Science and technology may be used to combat the Zika virus outbreak that has swept through much of Central and South America. According to Reuters, the Brazilian government, a nonprofit called...

Study Abroad Photo of the Week

October 2, 2015

Baan Jao Mai, Thailand Eva Cosgrove ‘17 studied environmental science in Thailand. Fishing boats and rapid tourism threaten the health of Baan Jao Mai’s coastline. Each week we will feature a...

News in Brief 11/7/14

November 7, 2014

Mexico City, Mexico: The elusive mayor of Iguala, Jose Luis Abarca, who has been on the run since the well-publicized massacre of six students and the disappearance of 43 more over a month ago, has...

GOOFORDIAN: Biohazard hOsTs NaKeD WoRld TouRnaMent

GOOFORDIAN: Biohazard hOsTs NaKeD WoRld TouRnaMent
March 29, 2013

Disclaimer: This story is a part of our April Fool's edition, The Goofordian. This story was created by Guilfordian staff and is not based in fact. Over the years, Guilford College has welcomed...

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