The Guilfordian

News in Brief

Navya Belavadi, News Editor

December 3, 2019

12 Places: Redux Artists converse in Hege Guilford College’s Art Gallery hosted the 12 women artists from its current exhibit on Wednesday, Nov. 6 in Hege Library. Discussing their perspectives on being women artists today, the participants discussed how galleries only show 30% of work by female...

News in brief

Navya Belavadi, News Editor

December 3, 2019

12 Places: Redux Artists converse in Hege Guilford College’s Art Gallery hosted the 12 women artists from its current exhibit on Wednesday, Nov. 6 in Hege Library. Discussing their perspectives on being women artists today, the participants discussed how galleries only show 30% of work by female...

Guilford presents faculty research

Mohamed Togol, Staff Writer

December 3, 2019

Welcomed by delicious refreshments, on Thursday, Nov. 7, Guilford College faculty and students enjoyed presentations by Associate Professor of Spanish Alfonso Abad Mancheño and Associate Professor of Philosophy Vance Ricks. Mancheño presented his research on the role of effective motivation in sec...

News in Brief

Navya Belavadi, News Editor

November 18, 2019

Guided Discovery hosts Graduate School Fair Guilford College’s Guided Discovery hosted the school’s annual Graduate School Fair on Wednesday, Oct. 30 in Hege Library. Guilford, along with graduate programs from Elon University and UNC-Greensboro, participated in the fair. A free event, the fair...

Guilford’s party culture continues to struggle

 The co-op in the North Apartments were going to hold a Halloween party before being issued a Cease and Desist notice.

Lana Heltzel, Editor-In-Chief

November 18, 2019

In the collegiate world, the weekend of Halloween— or Halloweekend, as it is affectionately known— is understood to be something resembling two days of all-out partying. Traditionally, Guilford has been no exception to this rule; the ability to masquerade as a phantom or sexy nurse for a night s...

HUG hosts Día de los Muertos festival

Navya Belavadi, News Editor

November 18, 2019

When all the excitement from Halloween died down, the Hispanos Unidos de Guilford (HUG) revived the fun by celebrating Day of the Dead, translated to Dia de Los Muertos, on Nov. 2. “Many people have the misconception that Dia de Los Muertos is another name for how Mexicans celebrate Halloween,” ...

Author Fergus Bordewich discusses history of the Underground Railroad

Shields and Summers sing African-American spirituals before introducing Bordewich.

Navya Belavadi, News Editor

November 18, 2019

In partnership with the North Carolina Friends Historical Society and the Community Foundation of Greater Greensboro, author Fergus Bordewich spoke in Dana Auditorium on Saturday, Nov. 2 at 1 p.m. The program began with the singing of African-American spirituals from Director of Community Learning James S...

Study Abroad Office changes name to Global and Off-Campus Initiatives

Navya Belavadi, News Editor

November 18, 2019

“After spending some time this year working very closely with the office and helping students find the right program, I think the name change is important and can be empowering for students,” said Andrew Orchowsky, a Guilford senior who has studied abroad and is working in the Global and Off-Campus I...

Professor Diya Abdo receives Ehrlich Award

Ayesha Tahirkheli, Staff Writer

November 11, 2019

Diya Abdo, associate professor of English at Guilford, was awarded the 2019 Thomas Ehrlich Civically Engaged Faculty Award. The Ehrlich award was presented by Campus Compact, an organization of over 1,000 colleges across the nation that supports civic education and community development. Recipients of this...