The Guilfordian

Universities in the US must forget stereotypes in admissions

Haiming Eric Xu, Staff Writer

December 2, 2016

Over the past years, the admissions rates for top colleges and universities have generally decreased. With more and more students applying to and limited spaces in these prestigious institutions, admissions officers have no choice but to reject seemingly perfect students. Unsurprisingly, rejection...

Campus support for refugees strong, but could still improve

José Oliva, Staff Writer

October 23, 2015

In contrast to the synergy found off campus, Guilford lacks effectiveness on campus when serving refugees.

Over 20 members of faculty, administration and staff depart

Quinn Johnson, Staff Writer

September 11, 2015

Many members of Guilford College’s faculty and administration have left in the past year. “I think that there has been a confluence of factors that have caused a lot of turnover in staff and, maybe faculty to a lesser extent,” said Director of Human Resources Rick Williams. “We have had a...

The future of CCE: How Budget Cuts may affect the program

The future of CCE: How Budget Cuts may affect the program

Lily Lou, Staff Writer

April 10, 2015

“Guilford is treating (CCE students) like second- class citizens,” said CCE sophomore Jeffrey Ray at the event, “Help Save Your CCE Program,” organized by the CCE Student Government Association. The event began after rumors of Guilford College ending its CCE program emerged. “We have...

The Guilfordian’s guide to graduate school: choosing right and getting in

Aditya Garg, Staff Writer

February 28, 2014

What image comes to mind when you think of graduate school?  Long hours, laboratory research, scientists in long, white lab coats? While such images can certainly be true, not all graduate programs are similar. “Graduate programs, especially Ph.D programs can be very different depending on the...