The Guilfordian

As eSports expand, more join online community

Daniel Bowen ’18, MaKayla A. McLaurin ’18 and Charles Bookheimer ’18 prepare for a League of
Legends match as preparation for the League of Legends World Championship

Maksym Kosachevskyy, News Editor

October 28, 2016

Metagaming, multiplayer online battle arena, away from keyboard, massively multiplayer online role playing game, original poster, good game, experience point, nerf, random number generator and Twitch. To many people, those terms are technical gibberish. To any competitive gamer, however, they are everyday...

Students consider, amend current U.S. Constitution

Finn Conte, Staff Writer

September 29, 2016

When the United States was established as an independent nation, the Founding Fathers drafted the Constitution as a framework for governing the new country. The Constitution came into force in 1789. From the start, those who outlined this system started to alter and add to it. From 1791, when the...

Sports games continue to evolve for 2017

Ian Penny, World & Nation Editor

September 16, 2016

In 2009, John Madden retired from an illustrious career as color commentator. Football fans, however, continue to utter his name as if nothing has changed. Ahead of the new season, “Madden NFL 17” was released Aug. 23. Along with “NHL 17,” and the soon to be released “FIFA 17” and “NBA...