The Guilfordian

Change in dining hall containers promotes sustainability

Jonathan Campbell, Staff Writer November 19, 2021

Recently, Guilford’s dining hall has transitioned away from using disposable containers and silverware. Students can now purchase reusable containers for $5 in lieu of the styrofoam containers that were...

A poster announcing a flu shot and Pfizer COVID-19 booster shot clinic on campus.

Two years into COVID-19: students and faculty reflect

Jonathan Campbell, Staff Writer November 12, 2021

As students approach the end of the fall semester, COVID-19 remains a constant companion. While Guilford College’s Health and Safety Task Force has done an excellent job in monitoring the virus’s transmission...

A Tribute: Thank You, Jermaine Thomas

Habin Hwang, Opinion Editor November 12, 2021

Like a familiar scene where the heroes walk off into the sunset, one of Guilford College’s greatest heroes, Jermaine Thomas, joined the College’s (hypothetical) Hall of Fame on Oct. 19. Since his arrival...

Guilford welcomes new President Kyle Farmbry

Jenni Camhi, Editor-in-Chief October 19, 2021

On Wednesday, Oct. 6, the Guilford community received an email from Board of Trustees Chair Ed Winslow announcing that the year-long search for a new Guilford College president was over. In the email...

The spike that backtracked Guilford to Phase 2

Avi Kumar and Jenni Camhi October 8, 2021

On Wednesday, Sept. 30, Interim President Jim Hood announced that Guilford College was to move back into Phase Two protocols following an uptick in COVID-19 positivity rates after a testing clinic the...

A photo of the Guilford Grill’s dining hours // via Lideah Shivley

The Grill’s shorter hours leave students hungry

Lideah Shivley, Staff Writer October 8, 2021

For returning Quakers, there are some noticeable differences on campus this year, one of which is the Grill’s shorter hours.  This year, the Grill is not open on Saturdays, does not open until 5...

Armfield Athletic Center

Canceled homecoming events leave students disappointed

Maria Jose Guerrero Hernandez, Staff Writer October 8, 2021

On Sept. 16, the Guilford Gazette, a publication of the Office of Advancement and Alumni Relations, announced that this year’s Homecoming & Family Weekend festivities were canceled because of the...

Car accident leads to power outage on north side of campus

Jonathan Campbell, Staff Writer October 1, 2021

On Sept. 16 at around 7 p.m., power went out across the north side of Guilford’s campus as a result of a traffic accident on New Garden Road, which runs alongside much of the college’s campus. The...

Guilford farmers market offers fresh, sustainable produce

Kevin Lee and Suvesh Bhusal September 24, 2021

Every Tuesday from 4 to 6 p.m., the area across the street from the New Garden Friends School becomes a vibrant farmers market full of fresh produce. People from Guilford County come to buy fresh fruits...

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