The Guilfordian

ANON writing workshop gives safe space for students to share work

Emma Smith, Staff Writer

November 11, 2019

Students gathered together in the Hege Library to share their creative pieces for an Anonymous Writing Workshop (ANON), on Thursday, Sept. 26. Selena Wolf Berkley, the workshop leader, was hoping to bring together writers of different ability to essentially create a “safe space” for students to share ...

Greensboro artists speak up for social justice

Annie Vo, Staff Writer

November 11, 2019

On a warm Saturday afternoon at Government Plaza in Greensboro, poets, musicians and artists gathered at the local event, Diversity over Division, to express their opinions on topics such as social justice, political change and peace.  The demonstration took place on a stage surrounded by a wide set...

Guilford professor founds first guitar orchestra

Matthew Climingbear, Staff Writer

November 11, 2019

Across the globe there are numerous musical groups. In the United States there are renowned orchestras such as the United States Choir and the United States Band Orchestra. However, in the summer of 2019, nearing the end of June, the United States Guitar Orchestra (USGO) made its debut as the first of ...

University of Buffalo grants Bonner Center’s Mobile Oasis funding for local food research

Kathryn Hurst, Features Editor

November 6, 2019

Guilford’s Bonner Center for Community Service and Learning’s Mobile Oasis program recently announced that they have received $50,000 in funding from the University of Buffalo’s Veggie Van project. “(Mobile Oasis is a) mobile farmers market bringing local produce to local food deserts,” e...

Office of Title IX hosts series of October seminars

Ramya Krishna, Staff Writer

November 6, 2019

October is not only the month of autumn leaves and Halloween, it is also Domestic Violence Awareness Month. According to research done by Fifth & Pacific Companies, Inc., 57% of students who have been in an abusive relationship say that it occurred during college, and 52% of women say that they kno...

Food and faith intersect at club collaboration

Trey Kawugule, Sports Editor

November 6, 2019

On Oct. 17, the Food Justice Club and Guilford Christian Ministry collaborated for a night of “Food and Faith.” The collaboration came together through the work of the leaders of the clubs, Mallory Cerkleski and Logan Shortt. “This idea mostly came from the class that I took during the three-week called...

Sustainability advocate visits campus

Sustainability advocate visits campus

Alesha Garcia, Staff Writer

October 29, 2019

Chantel Johnson, livestock farmer and homesteader, joined the Food Justice Club as a guest speaker, sharing her insight about sustainable living, trauma, race and her role in society. On Oct. 10, members from the Food Justice Club and interested students gathered in the Idea Incubator located in H...

Food Justice Club meets Dixie Classic Fair

Kathryn Hurst, Features Editor

October 29, 2019

On Saturday, Oct. 12, six members of Guilford’s Food Justice Club travelled to Winston-Salem for the annual Dixie Classic Fair. The fair’s diverse crowd and range of events, from produce displays and tractor pulling to ferris wheels and giant turkey legs, not only offered a valuable bonding experi...

Eccentric Expressionism: Weimar Republic cinema captures societal angst and upheaval

Lana Heltzel, Editor-in-Chief

October 29, 2019

Expressionism was born in the chaos of a war-ravaged Germany in the beginning of the 20th century. A stark shift from traditional artistic mores that based art upon physical reality, Expressionism sought to capture a subjective emotional experience. Expressionist film exploded with popularity in the Weimar ...