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Police watch a student protest on Oct. 22, 2015. The students managed to convince President Jacob Zuma to suspend tuition increases for a year.

South African students protest rising tuition, inequality

Maksym Kosachevskyy, Staff Writer November 6, 2015

On Oct. 23, the largest student protest since 1974 occurred in South Africa. In the nation’s capital, Pretoria, thousands of college students objected to an 11.5 percent tuition hike proposed by universities...

Letter to the Editor: Distinction or extinction

Bob Williams, Professor of Economics April 4, 2014

I heard this phrase recently amidst a conversation among colleagues. I believe it starkly captures our future as we seek a new president. Private colleges are under assault. For-profits like Phoenix...

Sold! Board of Trustees moves forward with land sale

Merdith Brown, Executive Print Copy Editor March 16, 2012

The Board of Trustees approved the sale of a piece of Guilford’s campus near the meadows, as well as a new tuition increase and next year’s budget, at their Feb. 25 meeting. “The spirit of the...

Don't let budget cuts hinder education

Don’t let budget cuts hinder education

Victor Lopez, Staff Writer February 10, 2012

I have been harboring deep thoughts concerning the recent legislation that will affect our college and other colleges across the state. I’m not sure if your experience with Guilford has garnered the...

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