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It has been unseasonably cold this year, and it has affected everyone on
campus. However, spring appears to be making a return just in time for the
theatre department's production of Frank Wedekind's "Spring Awakening."
The play's depictions of sex, sexuality, religion and education were radical
nearly 100 years ago. A highly edited version was presented in Berlin in 1906,
and police closed the 1917 American premiere production after only one
See spring AWAKENING
Ten GuiKord faculty membeis approved for tenure
BY LANE MARTIN
Any college student's success or failure
is built on the backs of the various faculty
members they engage with during their time
in school. It is only fair that faculty members
who have proven their worth be rewarded.
This is the importance of tenure.
"Tenure is job security," said Vice President
for Academic Affairs and Academic Dean
Adrienne Israel. "It is a commitment to
lifelong employment from the institution to
the faculty member."
At its February meeting, the board of Samsell, Caryl Schunk, and Kathryn Shields,
trustees approved 10 faculty members to "It's certainly the largest group that I
receive tenure, the highest number approved know of at one time," said Israel. "This is
in many years. Professors receiving tenure because the college grew so rapidly, and we
this year are Diya Abdo, Damon Akins, Julie added faculty so rapidly."
Burke, Craig Eilbacher, Naadiya Hasan,
Barbara Lawrence, Kami Rowan, Darryl See TENURE | Page 2
Sojo: Guilford students organize for divestment
from Sabra Dipping Company
BY BRITTANY MURDOCK
INSIDE THIS ISSUE
NEWS I QUEER COVERS| Page 3
W&N I WOMEN IN THE WORLD | Page 6
FEATURES | NO MORE DEATHS | Page 7
OPINION I CAMPUS PROTESTS | Page 9