The Guilfordian

Laurent Gbago trial sparks questions about ICC

Rachel Henley, Staff Writer

February 12, 2016

Is the International Criminal Court really international? If so, why have no developed countries had criminals indicted? The ICC, established in July, 2002, is the first permanent international court to be put in place. Tribunals such as the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia...

Democracy vs. military: Opposition in Egypt runs high

Emily Haaksma, Staff Writer

November 22, 2013

“I love the Egyptian military,” said sophomore Daniel Smith. “It’s one of the silliest things I’ve ever seen.” Smith is not alone in his opinion on the ongoing crisis in Egypt. The trial of ousted president Mohammed Morsi is generating waves of democratic discontent beyond the political...

Former mathematics professor pleads guilty

Victor Lopez, Senior Writer

August 31, 2012

Last June, Jonathan Hatch,  former associate professor of mathematics, was arrested and charged for allegedly using a miniature digital camera built inside a pen to take up-skirt photos of a student at the college. Federal authorities say that Hatch, 44, pled guilty to felony peeping tom charges,...