The Guilfordian

Changes made to Study Abroad

Navya Belavadi, Staff Writer

December 7, 2018


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“New study away courses that represent a range of academic interests and opportunities for students and faculty to collaboratively learn together in unique and distinct ways,” read an email sent to Guilford students from the Provost’s Office. This is what Guilford’s faculty projects to offer...

Mortensen presents on speaker Reza Aslan

Mortensen presents on speaker Reza Aslan

Hannah Shoemaker, News Editor

January 26, 2018


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A room of students, faculty, community members and members of the Friends of the Library watched Associate Professor of Religious Studies Eric Mortensen as he presented on the works, goals and controversy of Reza Aslan in the Carnegie Room on Sunday, Jan. 21. Mortensen’s presentation gave the Guilford...

HUG honors Latinx Heritage Month, talks DACA

HUG honors Latinx Heritage Month, talks DACA

Fernando Jiménez, Managing Editor

October 6, 2017


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“Right now, many communities of color are suffering, and the Latinx community is no exception,” said Irving Zavaleta Jimenez ’08 during his welcoming speech. “This banquet could not come any sooner. Tonight we have a space to breathe and be in community with each other.” In celebration of...

Guilford alum reads from first book of poems

Guilford alum reads from first book of poems

Finn Williamson, Staff Writer

October 6, 2017


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On Thursday, Sept. 28, students, teachers and community members gathered in the Carnegie Room of Hege Library, all excited to hear Guilford alumna Anna Lena Phillips Bell speak. Since attending Guilford, Bell has been an editor at several publications, including the American Scientist magazine. She...

Tango show celebrates Latinx Heritage Month

Aarushi Ahuja, Staff Writer

October 22, 2016


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The sounds of tango-loving Martians, empowering Latina stories and comical lyric twists, all in an exciting celebration of Hispanic culture. On the night of Sept. 29, the Carnegie Room in the Hege Library was filled with tango tunes and a wide range of stories expressed through one encompassing genre...

W. Scott Poole excites, informs students campus

Sonia McLamb, Staff Writer

September 30, 2016


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On Sept 24. spirits were high in the Carnegie Room of Hege Library when W. Scott Poole, professor of history at the College of Charleston, spoke about the work of H.P. Lovecraft and his influence on the world. Many people excited about both Lovecraft and the horror genre attended the event, interested...

Meeting for worship inspires

Kathleen Herbst, Staff Writer

September 16, 2016


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A hectic college campus. An Involvement Fair just outside. An hour of calm in the Carnegie Room. About 30 faculty, staff and students gathered for this year’s first All College Meeting for Worship and Reflection on Sept. 7 to hear Guilford College President Jane Fernandes speak about unity within...

Dialogue promotes integrity, openness

Dialogue promotes integrity, openness

Meghana Iragavarapu, Features Editor

September 8, 2016


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On Aug. 1, Guilford College held its first “Dialogue on Diversity and Inclusion.” As a three-part series, these dialogue serve to offer a safe space for students, faculty and staff to listen and communicate about power, privilege and oppression. “The conversation … really began when the...