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By Abe Kenmore
At Guilford, diversity of race, religion and sexuality are all discussed frequently. Rarely, however, is the topic of political diversity raised. Does Guilford — a college that tends to emphasize the “liberal” in liberal arts — actually have many different political views?
According to many Guilford students, the answer is yes. Continue reading “Political Diversity at Guilford: Alive and Well”
By Jake Delahanty
Pedophiles. They are arguably society’s most hated criminals.
Despite our feelings toward them, should we stand by as institutions like Coalinga State Hospital warehouse these criminals without rehabilitating them? Continue reading “Pedophiles Unjustly Imprisoned”
By Rebecca Dou
From the street corner, it looks like a regular house, but Sanctuary House offers much more than what its looks suggest. It gives people with mental illnesses a place to go to for support and rehabilitation.
Located in Greensboro, Sanctuary House has been providing services to the community for 12 years. Continue reading “Local Nonprofit Sanctuary House Enriches Lives”
By Olivia Neal and Kinsey Danzis
Why has everyone been obsessing over Disney’s “Frozen” lately? Well, some movies are worth melting for.
Disney’s latest and greatest animated film brings together strong female characters, accurate cultural portrayal and talking snowmen. What more could a viewer ask for? Continue reading ““Frozen” Marks Improvement In Feminism, Accuracy In Cultural Representation”
By Alexandra Haridopolos
Administrative employees at Guilford hide behind their process of “Quaker consensus” to avoid the question: who is really present during decision-making?
On Saturday, February 22nd, a group of 20 or so students including myself gathered at the Community Center to protest the Board of Trustees budgeting meeting. Continue reading “Money Speaks Values”