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COMMUNITY THE GUILFORDIAN The Guilfordian is the editorially independent student newspaper of Guilford College. The Guilfordian exists to provide a high-quality, reliable, informative and entertaining forum for the exchange of ideas, information and creativity within Guilford College and the surrounding community. General staff meetings for The Guilfordian take place every Monday evening at 7:30 p.m. in Boren Lounge, and are open to the public. LETTERS The Guilfordian actively encourages readers to respond to issues raised in our pages via letters to the editor,' Letters can be submitted via our Web site (www.guil- fordian.com), and should be submitted by 3 p.m. on the Sun day before publication and not exceed 300 words. Letters that do not meet the deadline or word limit will be con sidered on a space-available basis. Anonymous letters will not be accepted. By submitting a letter to The Guilfordian, you give The Guilfordian permission to reproduce your letter in any for mat. The Guilfordian reserves the right to editorial review of all submissions. ADVERTISING The Guilfordian has a circulation of l,S00 copies distrib uted to several locations throughout the Guilford campus every Friday when regular classes are in session. If you are interested in advertising in The Guilfordian, send an e-mail to GuilfordianAds@guilford.edu for a rate sheet and submis sion guidelines.We can design a customized ad for you if you need this service. The Guilfordian reserves the right to reject advertise ments. Staff Editor in Chief Managing Editor Business Manager Advertising Manager Web Site Editor News Editor W&N Editor Features Editor Forum Editor Sports Editor Photo Editors Art Director Layout Editor Contributing Editor Staff Jordan Alexander Mary Bubar Abbey Dean John Douglas Liz Farquhar Kylie Gilliams Meredith Jones Pete Kostin Sari Schutrum-Boward Paula Wilder Thomas Wotherspoon Copy Editors Senior Writer Staff Photographers Layout Staff Faculty Advisor Ben Dedman bdedman@guilford.edu Angelina Colao colaoam@guilford.edu John Jenkins jjenkin3@guilford.edu Mariah Mahoney mahoneyml@guilford.edu Esta Broderick broderickef@guilford.edu Megan Feil mfeit@guilford.edu Paddy Lehane pkhane@guilford.edu Lauren Newmyer newmyerlg@guilford.edu Amanda Pressley pressleyag@guilford.edu Patrick Childs childspr@guilford.edu Cloud Gamble gamblecc@guilford.edu Jack Sinclair sinclairjs@guilford.edu Nasimeh Easton neaston@guilford.edu Jesse Crews crewsjp@guilford.edu Jeremy Bante jbante@guilford.edu Writers Matt Boulette Nick Bunitsky Tristan Dewar Dan Etter Max George Sam Jenkins Maria Kupper Bree' Shepard Kyle West Paulette Wyatt Ian Young Anna Barringer Sallie Chase Jasmine Ashton Joanna Bernstein Deena Zaru Claire Oosterhoudt Allie Stewart Luke Knief Jenny Chalikian Joshua Grindstaff Bree' Shepard Natalie Spitzer Jeff Jeske WQFS TopTraC APRIL 10, 2009 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 Artist HOLY GHOST TENT REVIVAL WILLIAM ELLIOTT WHITMORE CALEB CAUDLE AND THE BAYONETS THE KNUX LADY DOTTIEANDTHE DIAMONDS FIGHT BITE ALTERNATE ROUTES VERMILLION LIES WSNB GARY LOURISAND MARK OLSON O’DEATH WUNDERBUGG EL GOODO NEW ODDS WOES Album So Long I Screamed Animals In The Dark Stay On ^ Remind Me In 3 Days Lady Dottie And The Diamonds Emerald Eyes A Sucker’s Dream What’s In The Box? Oktibbeha County Ready For The Flood Broken Hymns, Limbs And Skin Written In Flesh Coyote Cheerleader That Coke Tune in to WQFS @ 90.9 CORRECTION IN THE FRONT PAGE STORY (ISSUE 21) "BLACIC PANTHER BOB BY SEALE EDUCATES GUILFORD ABOUT PARTY HISTORY," THE QUOTE THAT BEGINS "PEOPLE THINKTHE BPP WAS JUST A BLACK MOVEMENT" SHOULD HAVE BEEN ATTRIBUTED TO FIRST-YEAR MECAH BELLAMY-MILLER, A SENTENCE IN THE SEGEMENT OF THE STORY ON PAGE 2, “SEALE SAID IN A PHONE INTERVIEW WITH THE GUILFORDIAN THAT HE LEFT THE PARTY BECAUSE HE DID NOT WANT TO PARTICIPATE IN THE FREE BREAKFAST PROGRAM." SHOULD HAVE READ, "CLEAVER LEFT THE PARTY." IN THE FRONT PAGE STORY (ISSUE 21) "CCE SGA ASNOUNCES NOMINEES," THE CCE SGA PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE IDENTI FIED AS MATHEW WILLIAMS IS NAMED MATT BRADY. April 1L1S and 19 4om men's baseball for their final games! Support the team. Win Prizes. Promotions include; OFowI for Foul Snag a foul ball and return it to receive a coupon for a free entree from East Coast Wings SC GrilL Cu Papa John's Eiome Run Challenge Guess which Quaker player will hit a home run and the inning he 11 hit it. If the player hits a home run, one fan who answered correctly wins a free pizza from Papa Johns. Guess exactly what inning the player hits it, you automatically win two free pizzas. CB Buffalo Wing & Rings Trivia Answer a baseball related trivia question for a prize. EVENTS AROUND CAMPUS FRIDAY 10 "WINGS" IN STERNBERGER AUDITORIUM @ 8 PM SATURDAY 11 SOFTBALL V. VA WESLEYAN® 1:20 PM BASEBALL V. BLUEFIELD SATE® 3 PM CAB MOVIE ® 6 & 9 PM IN BRYAN JR MONDAY 13 ROCK BAND ROM 9M1 PM IN BRYAN LOUNGE TUESDAY 14 BRYAN SERIES: ANNA QUINDLEN ® 7:30 PM ARAB WOMEN FILM SERIES' LAST FILM FROM 6:30-8 PM IN LEAK ROOM WOMEN'S LACROSSE V. WASHINGTON & LEE ® 4 PM WOMEN'S/MEN'S TENNIS V. LYNCHBURG ® 3:30 PM OPEN SESSION FOR GOOGLE ASSISTANCE FROM 1-2 PM IN BAUMAN Bll WEDNESDAY 15 EXPLORING GLBT CAREER CHALLENGES IN CCCL FROM 3-4 PM SOFTBALL V. FERRUM ® 3 PM SENATE MEETING FROM 6:30- 9 PM IN BOREN LOUNGE SUSTAINABLE HEALTH CHOICES: MASSAGE WORK SHOP FROM 3:30-5 PM SPRING AWARDS CONVOCA TION AT 5:45 ON FOUNDERS LAWN THURSDAY 16 CAB MOVIE ® 6 &9 PM IN BRYAN JR

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