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Goodbye Zoom, and hello, classroom!

Meghan Curley, Staff Writer February 5, 2022

As of last week, Guilford College has officially switched from online classes to in-person instruction, allowing students and teachers to return to the classroom. With the shift to in-person classes, students...

Caf, schmaf. The Grill is Snack God

Matthew Climingbear, Staff Writer November 11, 2019

 As we all know, the cafeteria went through renovations from last year into this past summer. The Grill has gone through its own renovation since last year as well. The Grill has been missing some key...

Growing season on Guilford College Farm

Growing season on Guilford College Farm

Mei Lander, Staff Writer May 3, 2019

The Guilford College Farm is home to healthy foods served in the cafeteria, including kale, lettuce and beets.  It’s also a place where a wide range of students are able to experience growing and maintaining...

Guilford tackles food insecurity

DaeQuan Fitzgerald, Managing Editor April 20, 2018

A study conducted by the National Student Campaign Against Hunger and Homelessness reported that 44 percent of students cut the size of their meals or skipped meals altogether because there was not enough...

Tina Gilmer and Carlina Smith work in the cafeteria. Gilmer, known amongst students for her grilled cheeses, has been working at Guilford for over twenty years, while Smith started this semester.

A look at our a-maize-ing cafeteria staff

Harris Billings, Staff Writer November 13, 2015

This article is part of a series highlighting the often overlooked amount of work that goes into keeping our campus fed. Founders Dining Hall. The Cafeteria. The Caf. Open for breakfast, lunch and dinner,...

Julie Elmore spices up vegan cuisine in the caf

Julie Elmore spices up vegan cuisine in the caf

Zachary Lindsey, Staff Writer March 27, 2015

If you eat at the vegan station at Guilford College’s cafeteria, you know Guilford’s vegan chef Julie Elmore. And chances are, she knows you too. Elmore was hired by Guilford College through Meriwether...

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