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Khashoggi killed by Saudi Crown Prince

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DaeQuan Fitzgerald, Editor-in-Chief

November 30, 2018

“We have nothing to hide.” This is what Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman told Bloomberg News following last month’s murder of journalist Jamal Khashoggi. Prince Mohammed, alongside his brother, who serves as the Saudi Ambassador to Washington, stood by their stance that it was a rogue...

Winter storm sparks discussions

People walk into the South Ferry-Whitehall St subway station in New York City during the storm on Thursday, January 4. By Metropolitan Transportation Authority of the State of New York from United States of America [CC BY 2.0 (], via Wikimedia Commons

Roman Raies, Staff Writer

January 19, 2018

On Jan. 3, a winter storm hit the East Coast of the United States, bringing snow and winds from Maine to parts of Florida. New England areas received nearly a foot of snow, Boston’s streets were flooded from a high tide and iguanas across Florida fell from trees because of the cold. The storm was c...

Diversity of staff and faculty headed upwards

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Praveena Somasundaram, Features Editor

November 10, 2017

Since Guilford College was founded in 1837, diversity has been one of its seven core values, which are principles that must be perpetuated throughout the campus community. Although diversity is a core value, only 25 percent of Guilford’s staff and 20 percent of the College’s faculty are people...

Turkish referendum offers power to the president

Recep Tayyip Erdoğan, president of Turkey since 2014, is in favor of the referendum that passed on Sunday, April 16, 2017. The referendum will give more executive powers to Erdoğan. // Photo courtesy of, Recep Tayyip Erdoğan.

Nicole Zelniker, Editor-In-Chief

April 28, 2017

While half the country is singing praises of the president, the other half is shouting for a revolution. On April 16, a national referendum passed, giving Turkish President Recep Erdogan more power than any president in Turkey’s history. “God willing, these results will be the beginning of...

News In Brief: Week of 2/13/15

Abe Kenmore, World & Nation Editor

February 13, 2015

Lille, France The ex-head of the International Monetary Fund, Dominique Strauss-Kahn, has denied charges that he was involved in pimping, according to the BBC. He is being charged with obtaining prostitutes for several sex parties in multiple countries. Strauss-Kahn claims that he did not know the wo...

Powerful win for Nigeria

Josh Barker, Staff Writer

February 22, 2013

Nigeria’s recent triumph over Burkina Faso in the African Cup of Nations made Stephen Keshi the second person to win both as a player and as a coach. The game was played in Johannesburg, South Africa, before a crowd estimated at 87,000. “The best players do not always make the best coaches,”...