The Guilfordian

Study abroad opens opportunity

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Tanetta Kelley, Staff Writer

November 3, 2017

3,000 miles in three weeks is the proposed trek for an upcoming study abroad opportunity allotted to a selected group of students. The trip’s two organizers, Associate Professor of Religious Studies Eric Mortensen and Associate Professor of History Zhihong Chen, will collaboratively teach for this...

BUS leads conversation on the “N” word

Barbara Lawrence facilitates a conversation on colorism and the implications of using the “N” word during a BUS kickback.

Harris Billings, Staff Writer

March 4, 2016

The “N” word. Out of the thousands of words that start with the letter N, we all know exactly which one this euphemism refers too. But why does this word have such a powerful meaning, and where did it come from? Last week, Blacks Unifying Society hosted a kickback. The event featured discussion...

Protector of campus values: Multicultural Education

Hispanos Unidos de Guilford Vice President Isabel Gutierrez and HUG President Jessica Canar decorate signs expressing their culture at a club craft night sponsored by the Multicultural Education Department.

Caleb Amstutz, Staff Writer

September 25, 2015

Every day, students pass the core value flags that line the brick walkway to Founders Hall.  While the terms the flags carry may appear abstract to some, the Multicultural Education Department is here to weave these values into the community. Nestled within the Academic Affairs wing in King Hall, this...

Four tips for on- and off-campus fun, no vehicle required

Shelby Smith, Staff Writer

March 1, 2013

The week can be long and stressful, but when it’s finally over, the weekend lies ahead in all of its shining glory. There are so many possibilities. The world is your playground and that eight-page paper you have due next week can wait. Except there’s nothing to do. This is a common complaint...

“Many Faces of Blackness” celebrated at Guilford

Aaron Hall, Staff Writer

February 10, 2012

“Many Faces of Blackness,” Guilford College’s observance of Black History Month, offers a variety of activities for students in celebration of the African American experience and its contribution to our nation. This year’s events include, among others, teach-ins, jazz, poetry slams, philosophical...