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EVERY FIVE YEARS, THE
JUDICIAL SYSTEM IS
REVIEWED AND REFORMED,
THIS YEAR LED BY CPPS
BY CHRISTIANNA VAN DALSEN
The time has come. The pressure is on.
Get ready for some big changes on campus.
Guilford's judicial process is known
for being rooted in restorative justice.
However, no system is perfect. That is
why every five years, the student body
gets the opportunity to review and suggest
changes to the judicial process.
This year, the Center for Principled
Problem Solving along with their
Principled Problem Solving Scholars are
spearheading the reform.
"They identified collectively possible
issues on campus that they saw as needing
attention, correction or addressing,"
said Mark Justad, Center for Principled
Problem Solving director.
Their biggest hope is to eliminate a
sense of animosity between students and
"The thing that we saw that needed to
be addressed the most was the way that
public safety officers and resident advisors
communicated with students when they
were being documented," said PPS Scholar
and junior Paris El-Ali.
To fix the issue, the scholars hope to
implement non-violent communication
training for public safety officers and
resident advisors alike.
"It's better to ask 'how can we help
you?' rather than 'here's a crime, here's a
punishment,"' said senior Eamon Deeley-
PPS scholars also hope to administer a
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HOW EMAIL MAX BE
AEEECTING STUDENT STRESS
BY HANNAH WALLER
A wall of bolded unread emails stares back at you from an
LCD screen. You feel like Heracles trying to slay the Hydra. For
every email you answer, it seems two more appear in its place.
Is it a nightmare? No, it's an average day in the life of a Guilford
See email | Page 7
seeks to put money in
BY LAURA HAY
VIDEO: Full video
on President Kent
BY ZACH KRONISCH
AND TOM CLEMENT
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OPINION I CLIMATE RALLY | Page 10