The Guilfordian

CAB, OSLE prepped to kick off homecoming

DaeQuan Fitzgerald and Abigail Bekele

September 21, 2018


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The Guilford College football team kicks off conference play Saturday Sept. 29, but they will not be the only ones on campus prepping for the matchup. The College will also celebrate homecoming week leading up to the game. Pioneered by the Campus Activities Board (CAB) alongside the Office of Student...

Volunteer Fair connects students to community

Volunteer Fair connects students to community

Kiran Soma, Staff Writer

September 14, 2018


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“I think what we bring is freedom, and we bring humanization to people who need it, who are being discriminated against to the point that it is inhumane,” said junior Shayne Kenny, one of the Guilford coordinators for the Greensboro chapter of the Young Women’s Christian Association. “The purpose...

Students discuss how to handle stress

Annette Varghese, Staff Writers

September 14, 2018


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Many people say that college is the best time of their life. However, these critical years can be affected by stress, depression and anxiety. Several factors can affect stress levels for incoming and returning college students, including picking out classes, doing various assignments and participating...

Campus makes its early assessment of new academic year

Amber Dubois, Staff Writer

September 14, 2018


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With the fall semester in full swing, students, faculty and staff have been busy adjusting to the new year. Starting a new year can be exciting and overwhelming at the same time. For many students, making sure everything is in order is key. Adjusting can be especially overwhelming for those who are new...

Professor Dave Limburg shares his experiences

Elliott Rodden, Staff Writer

September 14, 2018


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Dave Limburg grew up in Sioux Falls, S.D., where his father worked as a professor of religion at Augustana University. Limburg was the second of four children, with an older sister and two younger brothers. Much of his childhood was spent riding bikes and playing sports with his friends on the Augustana...

HUG Welcome Back Celebration epitomizes diversity

HUG Welcome Back Celebration epitomizes diversity

Kiran Soma and Janavi Mehta

September 7, 2018


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Happy. The one word chosen by Jemima Adisa ‘18 to describe Hispanos Unidos de Guilford. HUG’s Welcome Back Celebration was held on Wednesday, August 29 in the MCR room in King Hall. The event was filled with welcoming faces, authentic Hispanic food and light guitar music played by sophomore Moe...

Study Abroad Fair show new opportunities

Study Abroad Fair show new opportunities

Fernando Jiménez, Photo Editor

September 7, 2018


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Flags from different countries decorated Founders Hall as part of the Study Abroad Fair and Passport Caravan event that took place on Wednesday, August 29 from 11 a.m. until 3 p.m. The Study Abroad Fair aimed to showcase all the study abroad options that are available, not only to the new first-years...

Professors discuss meaning of Labor Day

Abigail AbantoHollans, Features Editor

September 7, 2018


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“So, what exactly is the rest of the country celebrating?” asked Professor of Economics Bob Williams. “What is it about Labor Day? I get Thanksgiving, I get why we’re celebrating the Fourth of July, and Easter and Christmas. What are we celebrating with Labor Day? Why is it a holiday?” On...

2018 Serendipidity represents year of firsts

2018 Serendipidity represents year of firsts

Lana Heltzel, Senior Writer

April 20, 2018


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Serendipity 2018 was a year of firsts. Beginning with a bang on Sunday, April 8, the week was filled with activity and vibrant energy as students bustled around campus heading to events, shows and concerts. Opening with the Wild ‘N Out comedy show and culminating in the frenetic “For The Culture:...