The Guilfordian

Loneliness at (and away from) Guilford

Students walk across Guilford's quad in September 2019.

Akeba Bebley-Calvin and Dazmyn Spencer, Staff Writers

May 19, 2020

Does having a smaller campus equal more opportunities to be social and less isolated? Guilford College is often praised for its size and how it creates a sense of community among students, staff and faculty. Community is also one of the seven core values at Guilford. However, some members of the community...

Presence of police on a small private campus: Should the Guilford student body be worried?

Elanna Reber, Staff Writer

November 7, 2019

Recently students on Guilford College campus received a text saying that a “North Campus apartment was broken into by 4-5 individuals, and a student was assaulted … Public Safety and Greensboro Police responded to the scene.” The question for me is are Guilford students safe on campus? Emilia Mosco...

Creation of a unified campus calendar would solve problems

The Editorial Board

March 4, 2016

When there’s a campus event that you might want to go to, are you guaranteed to know about it? No. You might find yourself in the dark because Guilford College does not effectively keep its students up-to-date on campus happenings. It would be easy for a student to go through a semester here...

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.

Mara Stern, Staff Writer

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 other students while walking to class or getting advice and help for summer internships. Having connections...

Public Safety must be improved this semester

Editorial Board

February 12, 2016

We at The Guilfordian are very concerned about the safety issues developing on campus as the semester continues. Vice President for Student Affairs and Dean of Students Todd Clark told the community on Feb. 1 that someone was stealing catalytic converters from students’ vehicles. Clark and other...

Sexual assault and campus justice

Nicholas Carratu, Staff Writer

November 13, 2015

This article is the last part of a series highlighting Guilford College’s sexual assault policies.  Restorative justice has several elements that distinguish it from the traditional criminal justice system. Central to its philosophy is the involvement of all parties who have been affected rather...

Gender F Extravaganza challenges stale gender roles

Gender F Extravaganza challenges stale gender roles

Alexandra Haridopolos, Staff Writer

April 25, 2014

Swaying with hands on hips, about 30 students danced behind rainbow-colored disco balls as performer Jessie O’Brian mouthed Cher’s latest hit, “I Hope You Find It.” On Saturday, April 19, students filled the Community Center for Pride’s Gender F Extravaganza, one of the club’s two annual...

Summer ends, students return to changed campus

Olivia Werner, Staff Writer

September 6, 2013

As soon as students left for summer, construction workers invaded campus. Over the course of three months, the school’s renovation plans were put into action. The renovation areas include the Joseph M. Bryan Jr. Plaza, Hege Library, Bauman Telecommunications Center, Mary Ragsdale Fitness Center,...

Widespread bicycle tire slashing angers community

Widespread bicycle tire slashing angers community

Audrey Roth, Staff Writer

November 2, 2012

Three weeks ago there was a mass bicycle- tire homicide on campus. On Oct. 11 at 1:45 a.m., it became apparent to students and Public Safety that someone had popped the tires of almost every bicycle on the rack outside of Hege Library. The incident at the library was just the beginning, as it was...