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COMMUNITY 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@ guilford.edu 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 guilfordian@guilford.edu 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 crs a space-avalable basis. Anonymous letters will not be accepted. By submitting a letter to The Guilfordian, you ^e The Guilfordian permission to reproduce your letter in any format The Guilfordian reserves the right to editorial review of all submissions. Editor-in-Chief Managing Editor Layout Editors Website Editor News Editor W&N Editor Features Editor Opinion Editor Sports Editor Social Justice Editor Executive Copy Editor Chief Video- grapher Photo Editor Diversity Coor dinator Editorial Board Kate Gibson gibsonkc@guilprd.edu Colleen Gonzalez gonzalezav@guilprd.edu Michaela Beggins begginskm@guilprd.edu Samir Hazboun hazbounsr@guilprd.edu Ashley Lynch lynchM@guilprd.edu Natalie Sutton suttonna@guilprd.edu Rishab Revankar revankarrr@guilprd.edu Justyn Melrose melrosejl@guilford.edu Anthony Harrison harrisonaxv@guilprd.edu L.A. Logan loganjl@guilprd.edu Ty Goodi goochtb@guilprd.edu Alayna Bradley brMleyal@guilprd.edu Zachary Kronisch kronischzi@guilprd.edu . Allison DeBusk. debuskam@guilprd.edu Ines Sanchez De Lozada sanchezdelozadai@ guilprd.edu Faculty Advisor Jeff Jeske jjeske@guilford. edu Senior Writer Victor Lopez Staff Writers Cartoonist C.J. Green AUie Baddley Olivia Neal Sukyiin Chung Robert Pacheco Chase Qausen Ian Penny Emily Currie Gabe Poliak Kinsey Danzis Emerson Santiago Jake Delahanty James Sharpe Rebecca Dou Valeria Scwa Aditya Garg Allison Stalberg Alexandra Kelli Uresti Haridopolos Nellie Vinograd Abe Kenmore Olivia Werner Travon Lynch Connor Wilson Maile Munro Nicole Zelniker Layout Staff lily Hayward Karlen Lambert Gloria Hoover Anna Oates Camden Lambert Staff Photographers Adam P. Faust Eileen Martin Kiyoka Ikemura Sara Minsky K^len Lambert Lisa Robbins Copy Editors Emily Currie Connie O'Boyle Julia Mumane Olivia Werner \^deographers Francesca Benedetto Carson Risser Taylor Hallett WWW.GUILFORDIAN.COM Happy Valentine's Dayl Baseball vs. Greenboro McBane Field 2:30 p.m. Men’s Lacrosse vs. Greensboro Appenzeller Field at Armfield Athletic Center 7 p.m. Women’s Tennis vs. Hollins Ragsdale McMichael Centennial Class Courts 1 p.m. Hugs 8t Kisses Founders Lobby 11:30 a.m. Singles Mixer Shore Hall 7:30 p.m. Prom Dance Community Center 9 p.m. Baseball vs. Maine-Presque Isle McBane Field 2 p.m. SAT SUN MON Women’s Lacrosse vs. Ferrum Appenzeller Field at Armfield Athletic Center 4 p.m. “Pride and Prejudice’’ Taylor Theatre, UNCG Campus 7:30 p.m. TUES Softball vs. Greensboro Haworth Field 2 p.m. Men’s Tennis vs. Greensboro Ragsdale McMichael Centennial Class Courts 3 p.m. Meet & Greet with Board of Trustees Joseph M. Bryan Jr. Auditorium 4 p.m. To Kill a Mockingbird Community Theatre of Greensboro 8 p.m. WED THURS See your EVENT HERE email: gonzalezcw@guilford.edu Valentine’s Day Random Trivia I. Many cultures use knots as a symbol of eternal love. • 'v 2.15 percent of women"send themselves flowers on Valentine’s Day. S.Valentine’s Day is second to Christmas in sending and exchanging cards. 4. Approximately two-thirds of people tilt their head to the right when they kiss. 5. Teachers receive the most Valentine’s Day cards. 6. Saint Valentine is the patron saint of engaged couples, epilepsy, bee-keeping, travelers and young people. 7. The act of kissing releases oxytocin, which allows couples to bond. 8. Scientists suggest people will fall in love seven times before marriage. wwwJBLACKxom Coimectiiig Bbck Golt^ 3:30-5:30 p.m. King Hall 127 Bla^Pand 6-7:30 p.m. J.M. Bryan Jr. Auditorium Board of Trustees Thursday, February 2( 4-S:30 p,m. Town Hail Joseph M. Bryan JnMditorium wm Community Serrate and the CCE SGA are very excited to be _ hosting a pane! of representatives from the bcwwd of frustees ito better connect on a personal level with the sUident bod^. j* You can submit questions to be answered by tire panel by emaiiing , them to senate@guilford.edu, posting on the “Board ofTrustees Panel Meet and Greet” Facebook event page, or filling out a notecard in the Student Or^riization Center in Founders. If you want to give your question the best shot at being answered, submit it as soon as possible. Don’t miss out on a truly great opportunity to meet Guilford College’s very own trustees and ask tirem the questions that have been on your mind all year. 10 a.m.-3 pB. Duke Hall Refreshments will be provided and there will be an opportunity to chat with trustees after the program concludes at 5:30 p.m.

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