The Guilfordian

Life after Guilford: Is graduate school right for you?

Kim Kleimeier, Staff Writer

January 27, 2012


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If you’re currently a junior or senior, chances are the words “graduate school” have been lurking in your brain, especially since the time you have left at Guilford is running out. The question “What are your plans?” asked so frequently by parents and friends seems more like an interrogation...

The Clubhouse: where everybody knows your name

The Clubhouse: where everybody knows your name

Meredith Brown, Executive Print Copy Editor

January 27, 2012


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Making your way in the world today takes everything you’ve got.  Taking a break from all your worries sure would help a lot.  Wouldn’t you like to get away? Walking into The Clubhouse, there is certainly an atmosphere of kinship, with smiles and waves all around and the guarantee that you...

Lee Mun Wah stimulates diversity discussion

Lee Mun Wah stimulates diversity discussion

Kate Gibson, Staff Writer

January 27, 2012


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Lee Mun Wah tapped on the Tibetan singing bowl, and as it rang, voices lowered quickly before ceasing all together. After a few breaths, the first person in each group began answering the prompt: when did you first notice that you were different? One of the top diversity trainers in the country,...

Is it lust or is it love? Thoughts about college relationships

Is it lust or is it love? Thoughts about college relationships

Millie Carter, Staff Writer

January 22, 2012


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Do you like them? Do you lust after them? Or do you truly love them? These three questions run subconsciously through our brains when we think we might have found someone worth sharing our secrets, our emotions and our lives with. How do you know the difference between the three “L’s:” like,...

On-campus food pantry will help struggling Guilford students

On-campus food pantry will help struggling Guilford students

Kate Gibson, Staff Writer

January 22, 2012


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Late-night infomercials and six o’clock news reports constantly remind us that hunger wreaks havoc in foreign nations, but this problem is a lot closer to home than we might realize. The Community Kitchens Project and the Center for Continued Education are working to create an on-campus food pantry ...

New Years Resolutions

Ali Krantzler & Natalie Sutton, Staff Writers

January 22, 2012


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It is the start of the new year, and for many that means now is the time to ring in 2012 with new goals and outlooks on life. The optimism of this clean slate leads many people to create resolutions of improving their body, mind, or soul. Although it is often a struggle to keep resolutions, this year...

Muslim self-portraits reach across cultural boundaries

Muslim self-portraits reach across cultural boundaries

Linda Catoe, Staff Writer

April 17, 2010


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Twenty-four photographic self-portraits of Bahraini Muslims line the walls of the Guilford College Art Gallery, while similar self-portraits of American Muslims are on display in the Center for Principled Problem Solving in King Hall. These portraits and their accompanying prose reach across cultural...