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Volume 99, Issue 13
February 8, 2013
Guilford College I www.guii fordian.com I Greensboro.NC
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BY CHASSIDY CRUMP
The first J-Term has come and gone. During
this time, students explored a field or project for
a brief three weeks. In the case of the Theatre
Studies department, Franz Kafke's "The Trial" was
prepared and staged.
"I think that's what J-Term is supposed to be
about, taking on a challenge that couldn't be
replicated in the Fall or Spring semester," said Marc
Williams, visiting instructor of theatre studies and
director of 'The Trial."
Most J-Term projects ended promptly after
See the TRIAL | Page 7
Actors from “The Trial”
worked through the
three-week J-Term as
well as an extra week to
produce the show.
Res* Life says Mary Hobbs residents, Greenleaf can stay
PLANS TO RENOVATE
THE HISTORIC DORM
NO LONGER EFFECT
BY ALI KRANTZLER
After many residents had packed up and
relocated, the women of Mary Hobbs returned
from J-Term to find that the proposed summer
renovation to their dorm has been postponed
Initially, Guilford was promised a large portion
of the requisite funds in the will of a former Mary
Hobbs resident and Guilford alumna.
However, it was recently discovered that this
money could not be put toward the renovation
due to specific stipulations in the will.
"(The money) was earmarked for scholarships
and endowing faculty positions, great stuff.
but not allowing us use it for Hobbs," said Vice
President of Student Affairs Dean of Students
Aaron Fetrow. "The reality is we were under the
impression from (the donor) before she passed
away that Guilford was getting this money and
we could do what we wanted with it... and she
See HOBBS I Page 2
GuilCo Sojo: MLK Day Events
BY BRYAN DOOLEY
INSIDE THIS ISSUE
NEWS I PASTOR SANTES BEATTY | Page 3
W&N I J-TERM EVENTS RECAP | Page 6
FEATURES | WHAT’S NEW IN MUSIC | Page 8
OPINION I FACEBOOK ENVY | Page 9