The Guilfordian

Renovation of Hendricks Hall creates more study space

Nellie Vinograd, Staff Writer

March 7, 2014

Tucked away behind King Hall stands a building with which few traditional students are familiar: Hendricks Hall. For Center for Continuing Education students, though, Hendricks is an important hub for studying, killing time between classes and meeting up for group work. This past year, the CCE Student...

Spring has sprung: CCE SGA hosts Spring Fling

Spring has sprung:  CCE SGA hosts Spring Fling

Emily Currie, Staff Writer

May 3, 2013

A mechanical bull. A dunking booth. Line dancing. Face painting. Funnel cakes. Inflatables. Music. Laughter. Spring has finally sprung. On April 27 from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m., the CCE Student Government Association hosted its annual Spring Fling celebration. It was a day to let your hair down, exhale...

CCE Serendipity needs you

Victor Lopez, Senior Writer

April 19, 2013

Sometimes it takes just a little food and laughter to bridge the gap between traditional and CCE students. Now is the chance. Our Spring Awards Carnival, which takes place next to New Garden Hall in the front lawn, is on April 27 and starts at 12 p.m.. CCE students are a little older than the rest...

CCE SGA presidential impeachment

Laura Hay, Staff Writer

February 15, 2013

Impeachment in a Guilford organization is difficult to believe, but it can happen. Guilford’s Student Government Association in the Center for Continuing Education recently impeached their president Yvette Bailey from office and replaced her with then-Vice President Victor Lopez. Bailey was removed...

Older athletes prove that age is merely a number

Older athletes prove that age is merely a number

Allison DeBusk, Staff Writer

November 2, 2012

“I asked the coach when I first came out, ‘Is there an AARP discount?’ He told me ‘Shut up. You’re not that old.’” That is how Matthew McKeown describes the beginning of his cross country career at Guilford College as a Center for Continuing Education student. And he’s not the only...

Survey reveals alarming prejudice among student groups

Victor Lopez, Staff Writer

March 23, 2012

For a minute, I thought the responses to a recent Guilfordian survey were more like the opening at Gettysburg than a civil discourse between college students who attend what is considered an open-minded place of learning. The survey of 117 students asked those attending Guilford, by way of the Center...

Fears of student divide develop amid budget cuts

Victor Lopez, Staff Writer

March 16, 2012

No one wants to be the proverbial "red-headed stepchild," including those at the Center for Continuing Education, where there has been speculation regarding what the recent cuts in financial aid will mean for in-state students. Some say that CCE might be further distanced from the college due to recent...