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A Tribute to Leonard Nimoy
Live Bond Karaoke
7 p.m.—9 p.m.
New Garden Field
3:30 p.m.—5 p.m.
Blackout Poetry Croft
6:30 p.m.—8:30 p.m.
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Students protest on NAWD
I BY SARA MINSKY
In solidarity with National Adjunct Walk Out Day, on Feb. 15,
Guilford students, staff and faculty rallied outside of Founders Hall
to support adjunct faculty around the world who walked out of their
classes to protest unfair wages. The rally took place during community
time and participants were invited to join in the speak-out to voice their
concerns about staff and faculty pay. Organizers from Raise Up 15
and Faculty Forward were also present. Other concerns regarding how
Guilford spends its money were expressed by Bonner Scholars worried
about the college cutting the program next year.
In last week’s article “Keep an eye out for new P-Safe officers in the little red carts,” Lee Bostick was listed as a retired lieutenant of the
Greensboro Police Department. Bostick actually retired from the High Point Police Department.
The photo for the article “Disc golf course brings together students, athletes and faculty” was taken by Digital Marketing Specialist
In the photo for the article “Chapel Hill Shooting sparks outrage” the man is incorrectly identified as Deah Barakat.
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