The Guilfordian

CAI training inspires acceptance on campus

CAI training inspires acceptance on campus

Abigail AbantoHollans and Yunah Kim

February 2, 2018

A table filled with stickers, posters and pamphlets supporting sanctuary greeted attendees as they entered the Communities Against Islamophobia training session. Communities Against Islamophobia was held by the American Friends Service Committee on Saturday, Jan. 27 in Founders Hall from 9:00 a.m....

Cross country teams prepare to compete

Cross country teams prepare to compete

Nathaniel Williams, Staff Writer

September 15, 2017

The Guilford Quakers men’s and women’s cross country coaches are excited about the potential growth in their athletes. Entering their first meet, the Quakers had the idea of using the race as another step into their training regimen. Caleb Anderson, a senior, commented that the first meet was...

Transgender Awareness Week: a time to understand

Molly Schneider, Staff Writer

December 5, 2014

During the week of Nov. 17, The Bayard Rustin Center for LGBTQA Activism, Education and Reconciliation hosted a weeklong event at Guilford College to provide community members a deeper understanding of what it means to be transgender. The events included performances and panels revolving around trans...

Police officers reported using excessive force should have benefit of doubt

Kinsey Danzis, Staff Writer

September 27, 2013

Shoot first. Identify the body of the innocent later. That is how some people perceive the policies of law enforcement officers when it comes to violent instances with civilians. The thing is, it just is not that simple. Take the recent shooting in Charlotte. A white cop shot an unarmed black...