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Michaela Beggins Gloria Hoover
Ailey Greig Audrey Roth
Samir Hazboun Julian Stewart
Allison DeBusk Becca King
Brianna Glenn Polly Rittenberg
Jackie Joyner Lindsay Vanderhoogt
Chelsea Burris Brent Eisenbarth
Bennett Christian Anthony Harrison
Carson Collins Julia Mumane
Millie Carter Rishona Hines
Malikah French Hali Rose Kohls
Taylor Hallett Zachary Kronisch
Mary Heisey Nate Secrest
CALENDAR OF EVENTS
Fabulous Film Friday: “Black
is ... Black Ain’t” @ King 128E
College Mtg for Worship w/
Christina Repoley ‘02
@ Moon Room, 1 p.m.
@ Alumni Gym, 7-10 p.m.
325th anniversary of
the first formal Quaker protest
of slavery in Germantown, Pa.
In Issue 13 on page 11, Said Sadek was
Important notice from Residence Life:
We intend to convert either English Hall or Shore Hall into a coed Honors
Program residence hall beginning Fall 2013. See the article in this weeks online
Guilfordian for a rationale and complete information. We welcome any questions
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Gung-ho for guns: gun control and gun
violence in North Carolina
Aurora. Oak Creek. Newtown. Clocks comparatively loose regulation of
and AR-15's. 9mm's and .223's. firearms. Citizens are required to possess
These places and phrases were splattered a permit in order to purchase a handgun,
over the news media throughout this past but not a rifle or shotgun. Furthermore,
year. The rash of mass no license or registration is required to
shootings in 2012 left own a firearrrg^ background checks are not
over 140 people killed required to purchase rifles or shotguns;
or wounded and led weapons regQlated by the National
to a reappraisal of gun Firearms Act, including automatic
laws and legislation weapons, can be owned by civilians at the
across the nation, enforcement; citizens
Im,f,||prih Carolina^ allowed to carry most firearms openly
conve’^sation on gun
contrails taking a hard
line stance against
in public; and there are no restrictions
on civilian ownership of military-style
In 2009, there were 1,083 firearm-related
deaths in North Carolina, accounting for
60 percent of violent deaths in the state.
Sixty-one percent of them were suicides.
Anthony's article or
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