The Guilfordian

‘Being and Becoming’ photo exhibit examines gender inequality and navigating masculinity

Artist Chuck Egerton's self-portrait in

Jay Montague, Guest Writer

September 26, 2019

On Aug. 22, “Being and Becoming: An  inquiry with Bahá'í men into cultures of peace,” a photography exhibit by Chuck Egerton, made its U.S. debut on the Guilford College campus in Founders Hall. The exhibit is on display in the Upper Atrium of Founders Hall through Oct. 25. This photographic...

Women leaders talk challenges

Praveena Somasundaram, Features Editor

March 30, 2018

“Stained glass ceiling” is a phrase that refers to the limitations in leadership women face within religious institutions. On Tuesday, March 20, Guilford College explored these limitations in a panel led by Heather Nelson, recording secretary at the Bahá’í Faith Greensboro Center, Susan Poulos...

Amnesty International’s documentary “Education Under Fire” and Baha’i campaign spread to Guilford campus

Kate Gibson, Staff Writer

February 10, 2012

“A lot of times, you have no idea what’s happened to your loved ones — where they’ve been taken, for how long (or) what they’re accused of,” said senior Sarah Barnett, a Baha’i student at Guilford. For Baha’is in Iran who has been charged with the crime of education, the scene Barnett...