The Guilfordian

C’NC Step, Dr. Israel highlight MLK Observance Program

C’NC Step, Dr. Israel highlight MLK Observance Program

Abigail AbantoHollans, Features Editor

January 25, 2019

As part of a Martin Luther King Jr. Observance Program, Dr. Adrienne Manns Israel spoke with members of the Guilford community on Monday, Jan. 21, from 1 to 3 p.m. in the Community Center. The event began with a viewing of “Eyes on the Prize,” a documentary focusing on student activism and protests ...

Scuppernong Books hosts “Mountains Beyond Mountains: The Quest of Dr. Paul Farmer, a Man who would Cure the World” discussion

Scuppernong Books hosts “Mountains Beyond Mountains: The Quest of Dr. Paul Farmer, a Man who would Cure the World” discussion

Kathryn Hurst, Staff Writer

January 25, 2019

On Thursday, Jan. 17 at 7 p.m., Scuppernong Books in Downtown Greensboro was packed full with subscribers of the Guilford College Bryan Series. This might look strange to the passerby, but taking a closer look, each subscriber had something common in hand. They each have a copy of Pulitzer Prize winning...

Guilford College News in Brief

Guilford College News in Brief

Yunah Kim, News Editor

January 25, 2019

Super Blood Wolf Moon lights up Guilford On Sunday, Jan. 20, Guilford’s physics department presented a multimedia lecture on the topics of lunar eclipses and observing the moon, a tour of the Cline Observatory and a session for open observing. The program began at 7:30 p.m. in the Bryan Jr. Audito...

International Club joins Guilford College in federal lawsuit

Roman Raies, World & Nation Editor

January 18, 2019

According to the Migration Policy Institute, the U.S. houses 1.1 million international students, a number greater than any other country. The top position owes to the high-quality higher education system, welcoming culture and relatively open labor market of the United States. However, according to a...

Hege-Cox Hall sees changes for new year

Hege-Cox Hall sees changes for new year

DaeQuan Fitzgerald, Editor-in-Chief

January 18, 2019

Hege-Cox Hall saw big renovations in fall 2018 that have opened more learning opportunities for the Guilford College art community. Once designed to be a dorm, the building has become a full-fledged art building. A ribbon-cutting ceremony was also held for the building, where President Jane Fernandes...

Identity Card Program used to shine light on diversity

Identity Card Program used to shine light on diversity

DaeQuan Fitzgerald, Editor-in-Chief

January 18, 2019

According to the Guilford College website, students come to Guilford from 38 different states and 16 different countries. Furthermore, students of color make up 40 percent of the campus. Diversity is one of Guilford’s seven core values, and to epitomize this, the Intercultural Engagement Center has...

Guilford College News in Brief

Guilford College News in Brief

Yunah Kim, News Editor

January 18, 2019

Environmental Justice Speaker Tracey Edwards visits campus On Monday, Jan. 14 in King Hall B26, Environmental Justice Speaker Tracey Edwards visited the environmental anthropology course in discussion of environmental racism and environmental justice in North Carolina. Edwards has been campaigning...

Interfaith Open House connects community

Anna Gamez, Staff Writer

December 7, 2018

In the gathering area of the Friends Center, located in the Eva Campbell House, Guilford students, faculty and staff members joined for the Interfaith Open House on Thursday, Nov. 29. Energy was high at the event, as hot cocoa, coffee and cookies were served from 3:00 p.m to 5:00 p.m. and attendees were...

Dr. Massey highlights lobbying politicians

Dr. Massey highlights lobbying politicians

Max Elkan, Staff Writer

December 7, 2018

On Tuesday, Nov. 27, Part-Time Lecturer for Religious Studies Dr. Frank Massey spoke at the Hege Library Experimental Classroom to inform students about lobbying the U.S. Congress for peace and justice in “Lobbying the U.S. Congress for Peace, Justice and Earth: The Friends Committee on National Legislation.”...