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BY BRITTANY MURDOCK
When the women's basketball team ends their practices,
they huddle in a circle. Each player and coach is to say one
thing about practice.
"Good practice, bring it back tomorrow," said sophomore
Logan Harden after a recent session.
These comments refer to working harder, getting ready
for the next opponent that dares to step foot on their home
court and encouraging every practice to be greater than the
Now, after a season's practices, the Guilford's women
basketball team is recognizing their head coach and a
standout student athlete for remarkable achievements.
On Thursday, Feb. 14, Gabby Oglesby scored her 1,000th
career point during a recent game against Randolph-Macon
"It felt great, and I was really happy I was able to achieve
something like this because I wasn't able to in high school,"
said Oglesby. "I'm very grateful for my teammates because I
couldn't have done it without them."
See WOMEN’S BASKETBALL I Page 11
Administration makes plans to build fountain, plaza
BY JOSH BARKER
Imagine a wooded area. Paths and low
walls stretch between Milner Hall and
Founders Hall, a cool mist floating through
the air between.
This will soon be the Joseph M. Bryan Jr.
Plaza, a small wooded area to be built largely
around a 30 feet by 30 feet water feature
with 40 natural stones scattered in a circular
The water feature is patterned after
Harvard's Tanner Fountain and will recycle
its water supply.
"I'm always screaming for more places for
students to hang out," said Dean of Students
Aaron Fetrow. "It's kind of a cool gathering
The plan is to have the project completed
in time for move-in day this fall.
"The plaza will be 100 percent gift-
funded," said President and Professor
of Political Science Kent Chabotar. "No
money's coming out of tuition payments. It's
a restricted gift. You take it or you don't."
The gift is from the Joseph M. Bryan
Jr. Foundation, the same donor that was
responsible for the Joseph M. Bryan Jr.
Auditorium in Frank Science Center. The
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donation is split between the Joseph M.
Bryan Jr. Plaza and the Center for Principled
"Joseph Bryan has had a lot of influence
on the project," said Chabotar. "He asked for
the trees. Joe's got a great sense of style and
"We've been talking about this water
See FOUNTAIN I Page 3
INSIDE THIS ISSUE
NEWS I BRYAN SERIES PREVIEW | Page 2
W&N i US IMMIGRATION POLICY | Page 6
FEATURES |REMEMBERING MICKEY | Page 7
OPINION I FOUNDERS FISH TANK | Page 10