The Guilfordian

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...

An image of the blue disposable masks that everyone is familiar with now.

What mask should you wear?

Reece Clark, Staff Writer March 25, 2021

The fog on your glasses. The pain on your ears. The burden of your masks.  It has now been over a year since we have donned our masks in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic. Although wearing masks can...

Entering the world of creating digital art

Jude Juarez-Perez, Staff Writer March 25, 2021

Between the stress of politics, a nation currently undergoing a great influx of change and the monotony of quarantine, it can be hard to balance both productivity and mental health. We need outlets in...

A field of spring flowers.

Quaker Nation and springtime both in full bloom

Lideah Shivley, Staff Writer March 25, 2021

Flowers blossoming, the melody of bird song in the air, bumblebees buzzing through the breeze and sun rays peeking through the trees in the Guilford quad. Springtime is finally in full bloom at Guilford...

Careers section in a newspaper.

The English Major: Leave no doors closed

Lideah Shivley, Staff Writer March 18, 2021

Social media management, public relations, advertising, news reporting and content creation are probably not the first things that pop in your mind when you think of an English degree.  When you tell...

Victoria Anglin picking up food at La Hacienda restaurant.

Food for thought: Eating out in the midst of a pandemic

Juliana Hubbard, Staff Writer March 18, 2021

Every time Victoria Anglin goes out to eat, she has to weigh her options. Where does she want to go? Should she dine in or get takeout? How much money is she willing to spend? But most importantly, is...

A look down the path of a history major

Jake Davis, Staff Writer March 11, 2021

When entering college, more and more students every year enter “undecided” for a major. Students want to find a department with material they are passionate about and can invest their energy into....

Dog with homework and supplies in stomach.

Excuses, excuses – dogs that eat homework taken to the next level

Renata Diaz, Staff Writer March 11, 2021

Life is unpredictable in many ways. While we can try to control certain aspects of our lives, we can’t control everything that happens to us. If we could, it would make many people’s lives much easier.  Many...

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