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Students protest program and staff cuts

November 15, 2020

In the week after the Town Hall meeting where Interim President Carol Moore announced recommended program cuts under the proposed program prioritization, Guilford students have protested on and around...

Guilford College News in Brief

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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...

Alumna debuts new book at Scuppernong

Elly Lonon “Amongst the Liberal Elite” book release
November 16, 2018

On Friday, Nov. 9, Elly Lonon ’98 launched her new book, “Amongst the Liberal Elite,” at Scuppernong Books in downtown Greensboro. The book follows characters Alex and Michael, a married couple who...

Homecoming kicks off with CNC Step Team

October 5, 2018

Homecoming weekend at Guilford officially commenced on Thursday, Sept. 28 at 7 p.m. with a kickoff celebration in the alumni gym. The event engaged students of all years with interactive games and featured...

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December 1, 2017

Faculty offers panel on Catalonia At Guilford’s Nov. 29 panel discussion on the Catalan independence movement, faculty discussed the history of Catalonia, current events in Spain and other separatist...

Free Press event draws community together

Free Press Community event
November 3, 2017

A wide array of pastel-colored t-shirts, stencils, carving tools and stamps filled tables in Hege-Cox Hall, where Guilford College’s Free Press event was held. The art department hosted Free Press...

Serendipity ‘72: Welcome to a new era

April 1, 2016

The story of the first Serendipity in 1972 involves listening: a mentor listening to his mentees, a college listening to its students and a campus listening to its country. Our story begins with Cliff...

Take advantage of campus connections

Faculty and staff were present during the last workshop of the All Black Symposium leaving panelists to wonder about student involvement in campus events.
March 4, 2016

One of the many benefits of attending a small liberal arts college is the chance to develop connections, from calling professors by their first names no matter how many degrees they have, to waving at...

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