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Vo LUME 99, ISSUE 19
April 5, 2013
Kent Chabotar announces his June 30, 2014 retirement
BY LANE MARTIN
Since 2002, President Kent Chabotar has
presided over Guilford College. In 2014, all
of that will end.
Chabotar recently announced his plans
to retire effective as of June 30, 2014. His
current plans are to return to Guilford as a
professor of political science after a year
"This is the season and time for me to do
something else after twelve years in a job I
have loved doing almost every day and in
almost every way," said Chabotar in his
retirement announcement on the Guilford
Chabotar declined to comment further on
this personal subject to The Guilfordian.
"Kent is a very enthusiastic teacher," said
sophomore political science and economics
major James Missell. "He just teaches the
material in a very reasonable and great
manner ... I think he's done a great job (as
president). He came into Guilford when
Guilford was really hurting."
As one president leaves, an important
question emerges: Who will step up and fill
his shoes? A popular answer among both
students and faculty is Vice President of
SOJO: 40 years after Roe v.Wade, reproductive
rights still hang in the balance
BY HALEY HAWKINS
Student Affairs and Dean of Students Aaron
"That's a very flattering rumor, though
there are a lot of things between now and
then," said Fetrow. "If the timing is right for
me and the timing is right for Guilford, then
that would be something I would embrace.
If not, it's not."
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INSIDE THIS ISSUE
NEWS I BLACK ALUMNI ART | Page 3
W&N I STEUBENVILLE RAPE CASE | Page 6
FEATURES | TIM LEISMAN Q&A | Page 8
OPINION I GAY RIGHTS/MARRIAGE I Page 9