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From left to right: Josie Schoenberg, Naomi Caplan, and AllyThring rehearse in the Acting Studio on Oct. 12.

Theatre Department kicks off theatrical season with ‘Smell of the Kill’

Maira Vandiver, Staff Writer October 22, 2021

Three husbands. Three wives. One meatlocker. What could possibly go wrong? Despite a number of COVID-related setbacks, the Guilford College Theatre Studies Department will begin its season with Michele...

Staff Editorial: Indigenous Peoples’ Day, the only holiday that should be celebrated on Oct. 11.

October 22, 2021

In the United States, two holidays are celebrated Oct. 11. One of those two is Columbus Day, which is one of 12 federal holidays created by Congress. This holiday celebrates Christopher Columbus landing...

carved halloween pumpkins

It’s the scary season!

Make it a spooky good time with costumes and in-person fun.
Lideah Shivley, Staff Writer October 22, 2021

It's spooky season, and Guilford students are ready to celebrate. Pumpkin spices, candy and scary movies are all the rage right now, and streaming platform Hulu even has its own section dedicated to Halloween...

Crochet pumpkins made by MariaJose Guerrero Hernandez

Why pumpkins?

The story behind these popular symbols of the season.
MariaJose Guerrero Hernandez, Staff Writer October 22, 2021

Pumpkins have been a big symbol of fall for decades. They've taken over everything during the season, from pumpkin carving and pies to candles and lattes. There's no escaping them. But have you ever...

Guilford community celebrates with ice cream and snow cones

Jenni Camhi, Editor-in-Chief October 9, 2021

On Wednesday, Sept. 29, the Guilford community celebrated consistently low COVID-19 case numbers with ice cream and snow cones. Two tents were set up outside Founders Hall — one  offering students,...

Untangling first-year feelings

Azreen Anwar, Guest Writer September 12, 2021

Walking up the chalk-stained brick walkway to Founders Hall on a hot August afternoon, you could clearly see the changes to Guilford College’s campus as the academic year started with three-week...

An empty Dana Auditorium, as it was for much of the pandemic.

Jazz, guitar, choir prepared to perform this semester

Miles Kirkpatrick, Guest Writer September 11, 2021

From public performances to ensemble courses, music is an integral part of Guilford College, and the 12-week session is shaping up to be alive with it. Guilford offers a variety of music courses, from...

Jim Hood works with a student in his American Nature Writing course this spring during a class exploration in the Guilford Woods.

Time with Jim

A reflection on learning at Guilford
Nolan Ross, Staff Writer June 21, 2021

Jim and I both like to talk. We’re both sitting at our computers. His hair is shorter than when we last met in January for an academic advisor conference, and he wears a black blazer over his usual plaid...

Welcoming spring with spring cleaning

Nastia Webber, Staff Writer April 1, 2021

Spring is here! This means beautiful warm weather, spending more time outside and wanting to feel refreshed from that brutal winter hibernation. As strange as it may seem, cleaning is what comes to mind...

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