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the three would-he presidents
BY VICTOR LOPEZ
Since the start of the spring
semester, there has been talk about
the potential for presidential
candidates remaining anonymous.
However, according to a March
21 announcement in The Beacon,
Guilford College's next top
administrator will not be cloaked in
Open campus interviews are
planned for April 1-3 for the three
candidates recommended by the
presidential search committee to the
board of trustees.
"The identities of the finalists
will be announced Monday,
March 31," said Vice President of
Communications and Marketing Ty
Students, faculty, staff and
community leaders will have
sessions with each candidate, and
all will have the opportunity to
give trustees their input through an
From April 1-3, there will be open
faculty and staff sessions. Candidate
presentations will be held from
10- 10:45 a.m. in the Moon Room of
Dana Auditorium and 2-2:50 p.m.
in Bauman Gallery East in Founders
Student sessions will be held from
11- 11:40 a.m. each day.
The trustees, who will select the
next president, are scheduled to meet
Saturday, April 5, at the Community
Center to discuss the candidates.
Some speculate that a final decision
will be made at that meeting.
Candidates will also meet with
senior staff, the clerk of the faculty.
Clerk's Committee and Academic
Division chairs, members of the
board of visitors, alumni, community
leadership and trustees, as well as
President and Professor of Political
See Interviews | Page 2
Al Aqsa Clinic
BY VALERIA SOSA
Montana’s mentally ill
BY SUKYUN CHUNG
DAC Community Forum
The forum encouraged frank discussion of issues involving
race & diversity, sought solutions for bridging racial gaps on
campus. More forums are planned for the coming weeks.