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Eren Tasar engaged with Guilford College students during a Jan. 25 lecture about the Islamic Revolution and the Soviet-Afghan War.

Middle East expert speaks on campus

February 3, 2023

On Jan. 25, Eren Tasar, an associate professor of history at UNC-Chapel Hill, delivered a lecture in association with Guilford's Peace and Conflict Studies Department. Tasar is an expert in Soviet-era...

The Piedmont Winterfest, located in LeBauer Park in downtown Greensboro, has reopened for the season, with the outdoor skating rink providing a great experience for students and families.

Piedmont Winterfest opens for the holiday season

Mary-Elizabeth Wicker, Staff Writer December 18, 2022

Open from Nov. 18 through  Jan. 29, the Piedmont Winterfest’s outdoor skating rink has been a staple of the winter season in Greensboro for years, celebrating its fifth anniversary in 2014. You can...

Daniel Levitin and Roseanne Cash kept the Bryan Series audience engaged with witty banter and musical demonstrations.

Bryan Series speakers Levitin and Cash engage audience

Latavia Stephenson , Staff Writer November 18, 2022

At 7:30 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 10, the Tanger Center in downtown Greensboro welcomed Bryan Series speakers Daniel Levitin, Ph.D., and award-winning singer-songwriter Rosanne Cash. The Bryan Series, a continuing...

Accrding to Guilford Colleges chief financial officer, John Wilkinson, one way to help prevent cyber incidents like the one Guilford recently experienced is to use multifactor authentication.

Guilford College still reeling from cyber incident

Maddy Andrews, Staff Writer November 11, 2022

On Oct. 21, Guilford College was the victim of a systemwide cyber incident. Details are still emerging, according to Guilford President Kyle Farmbry, and it was not officially announced that the College's...

Guilford students, staff reflect on fall break

Tyler Dearman, Staff Writer November 4, 2022

Fall break is seen by students and staff as a chance to get away from the classroom and rest so that they can try to finish out the semester strong. Guilford students and staff discussed their thoughts...

Guilford moves toward normalcy after COVID-19

Haley Madison, Staff Writer October 21, 2022

On Monday, Oct. 3, Guilford College declared in a campus-wide email that the College would be entering Phase Five of its COVID-19 activity matrix due to a low number of cases of the coronavirus. Since...

Power outages and downed trees: Hurricane Ian’s impact on campus

Sierra McCollum, Staff Writer October 14, 2022

As everyone focused their attention on the devastating damage Hurricane Ian left in Florida, Greensboro anticipated heavy wind and storms. Triad-area residents scrambled to take precautions for the incoming...

The Ahmad Project: A tribute for a lost student

Liz Poole, Staff Writer October 7, 2022

In April 2022, Guilford College began grieving for student Ahmad Brewington, nicknamed “Brew,” who tragically drowned on a cliff-jumping trip. According to those who knew him, Brewington truly...

For vulnerable populations like low-income students, medical care in America is often unaffordable, particularly for the uninsured. Via www.pexels.com

New Guilford policies cause insurance headache for students

Samreen Ahmed, Staff Writer October 7, 2022

Out-of-state Guilford College students have recently revealed the struggles some of them face in getting medical insurance in North Carolina.  Many college students are insured through their parents,...

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