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What the horse-and-mule business shows to lawyers, robots and others preparing for an uncertain future

Last week, John Markoff at the New York Times published a note calling attention to recent studies which conclude that technology will not replace lawyers so much as create new kinds of the work for them to do. 372 more words


Ross's Goose sojourns at Guilford College

A Ross’s Goose has appeared at Guilford College. It has taken to hanging out with the usual crowd of interloping Canada Geese.

He is not supposed to be there… 93 more words

Our community has an obligation to trans students

Abe Kenmore, Managing Editor

December 4, 2015

Recently I was privileged to attend a trans student panel hosted by the Multicultural Education Department. Five Guilford students talked about their experience discovering their identity and navigating systems that are still woefully unresponsive for trans and other gender nonconforming students. 533 more words

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Trans students share stories of experience

Yasmine Byungura, Guest Writer

December 4, 2015

On Nov. 18, transgender students held a panel to discuss their experiences with the Guilford community. To the surprise of the panel, this event had a large turnout. 585 more words

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Protesters call for integrity, reform

Francesca Quigley and Naari Honor, Staff Writers

December 4, 2015

“College administrators, professors and staff must publicly acknowledge their racism, be it overt, covert or passive,” reads the sixth on  a list of 12 demands for the administration of Guilford College written by a group of student organizers. 719 more words

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Students and faculty come together to discuss campus assault

Brianna Parker, Web Editor

December 4, 2015

Sexual assault affects all aspects of life, including mental health and spiritual well-being, student leaders stated at a forum to address sexual assault this Tuesday. 389 more words

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First, We Need to Get Money Out of Politics

Billionaire profits should never eclipse consumer and environmental protections in the eyes of our lawmakers.

The two most important steps towards change are,

1.  Build a political movement by inspiring others…

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