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The Guilfordian. online resource (None) 1914-current, November 15, 2013, Image 4

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COMMUNITY WWW.GUILFORDIAN.COM THE GUILFORDIAN The Guilfordian is the student-run newspaper of Guilford College. It exists to provide a high- quality, reliable, informative and entertaining forum for the exchange of ideas, information and creativity within Guilford College and the surrounding community. General staff meetings for The Guilfordian take place every Monday evening at 7:30 p.m. in Founders Hall and are open to the public. ADVERTISING If you are interested in advertising in The Guilfordian, send an e-mail to GuilfordianAds@ for a rate sheet and submission guidelines.We can design a customized ad for you if you need this service.The Guilfordian reserves the right to reject advertisements. Letters The Guilfordian actively encourages readers to respond to issues raised in our pages via letters to the editor. Letters can be submitted to by 3 p.m. on the Sunday before publication and should not exceed 300 words. Letters that do not meet the deadline or word limit will be considered on a space-available basis. Anonymous letters will not be accepted. By submitting a letter to The Guilfordian, you give The Guilfordian permission to reproduce your letter in any format.The Guilfordian reserves the right to editorial review of all submissions. Editorial Board Editor-in-Chief Managing Editor Layout Editors Website Editor News Editor W&N Editor Features Editor Opinion Editor Sports Editor Sodal Justice Editor Executive Copy Editor Chirf Videogra- pher Video Managing Editor Photo Editor Faculty Advisor Senior Writer Bryan Dooley Kate Gibson Colleen Gonzalez Michaela Beggins Samir Hazboun Ashley Lynch Natalie Sutton Rishab Revankar Justyn Melrose Anthony Harrison L.A. Logan Josh Ballard Chassidy Crump Tom Qement Zachary Kronisch Allison DeBusk JefiF Jeske jjeske@guilford. edu Cartoonist C.J. Green Staff Writers Nicole Barnard Kinsey Danzis Renee DeHart Brent Eisenbarth Christianna Van Dalsen Aditya Garg Ty Giooch Emily Haaksma Olivia Neal Anna Oates Robert Pacheco Ian Penny Gabe Poliak LekSiu Shelby Smith Valeria Sosa Olivia Werner Layout Staff Gloria Hoover Casey Horgan Karlen Lambert Bretta Walker Staff Photographers Karlen Lambert Eileen Martin Kiera McNicholas Lisa Robbins Taylor Seitz Julia Mumane Taylor Seitz Copy Editors Nellie Vinograd VTdeographers Francesca Benedetto Donovan Duvall Malikah French Taylor Hallett Jordan Musick Carson Risser Eli Tuchler CALEN Movie in Founders: The Great Gatsby Founders East Gallery 9 p.m. 15 FRI Guilford College Republicans Donut-Eating Challenge Founders West Gallery 8 p.m. 19 TUES A FUNDRA C()RRECriON. in Issue 7, the sports timeline on the backpage incorrectly stated that the date of the first co-ed dance was in i 968.The campus-wide ban on dancing was lifted iri 1934 and the first dance was on February 9 with a Valentine's Day theme. Many thanks to Grace Ethier for catching that one! CRAZY, RANDOM, YET AWESOME FACTS! join menchie's and guiiford college thurs nov 14th - sat 16th 20% of your purchase will be donated to the choir and chamber singers Performance by Guilford College Chamber Singers Nov. 15 at Menchie’s 3 p.m. - 3:15 p.m. menchie’s quaker village 5607 west friendly avenue greensboro, nc 27410 336-285-9587 fundraisers do not apply to the purchase of gift cards and cannot be combined with any other offer 1. Two percent of the world’s population is naturally blonde. 2. Many people who are left-handed draw r %ures that face to the right 3. The human brain is the largest and most povy^rful sex organ. , 4. VVithin 10 minutes of waking up, 90 percent of a dream is forgotten. > 5. Th^ksgiving football games began widi Yale vs. Princeton in 1876. 6. The 6abc/Dunkin’Donuts Thanksgiving Parade in Philadelphia is the oldest parade in , the country. 7. A group of cats is called a clowder. 8. Petting a dog can lower blood pressure. 9. Unless affected by severe stress, a row of corn will always nave an even number of kernels. ” 10. The most popular form of e>lercise is walking.

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