The Guilfordian

Staff Editorial: Finding family in the community

November 30, 2018


Filed under In Print, Opinion

Last week, citizens across the country celebrated Thanksgiving, a holiday that centers around showing appreciation for the people that we are surrounded by. Usually, people use this day to be with family. For many college students, the luxury of being with family, either by blood or law, is taken...

Opportunities Fair connects students

Opportunities Fair connects students

Jasmin Whitsett, Staff Writer

April 13, 2018


Filed under Features, In Print, Top Stories

Employers, graduate schools, organizations, internship hosts and alumni filled the Carnegie Room in Hege Library for the Opportunities Fair on Wednesday, April 4. The fair is held every year to give students a chance to expand their professional network. Many organizations were present at the fair...

Guilford community celebrates Valentine’s Day

Abigail AbantoHollans, Staff Writer

February 23, 2018


Filed under Features, In Print

Free T-shirts, ice cream, games and a warm bonfire were just a few of the things that greeted the Guilford College community at the Guilford LOVE Party. The Guilford LOVE Party took place on Valentine’s Day from 1:30 p.m. to 3:00 p.m. at the lake. This community event signified the end of the Secret...

Will Pizio’s new book offers college advice

Will Pizio’s new book offers college advice

Nakiya Parker, Staff Writer

January 19, 2018


Filed under Features, In Print

“Investing in your future is doing your job,” said Will Pizio, associate professor of justice and policy studies. This was one of the many lessons encompassed in Pizio’s latest book, “Preparing Yourself to Succeed in College: A Professor’s Guide to Choosing a College and Thriving in Your First Y...

Mayoral election to be held next month

Mayoral election to be held next month

Finn Williamson, Staff Writer

September 29, 2017


Filed under In Print, News, Top Stories

The race for the 49th mayor of Greensboro is underway. The primary election will be held on Oct. 10 and the general election on Nov. 7. With Nancy Vaughan’s announcement that she will be running for reelection, the mayoral race is between Vaughan, Diane Moffett and John Brown. Vaughan is the incumbent...

What were Guilfordians like in high school?

Estavio Jones, Staff Writer

April 22, 2016


Filed under Features

How many times have you looked at a high school student and shook your head? It is hard to remember, even as a first-year, that you were once like that. Walking around the crowded halls, ID card around your neck, trying to survive the day-to-day struggle of teenage angst. We have all been there. It...

Cartoon on police brutality

Cartoon on police brutality

C.J. Green, Staff Cartoonist

September 27, 2013


Filed under Opinion

Staff Editorial: Challenge yourself to participate during your college career

February 22, 2013


Filed under Opinion

Here’s a piece of Guilfordian wisdom: Quit making googly eyes at the fish tank and present yourself. The Guilford Undergraduate Symposium has been going for six years now, and though many students participate, there is still so much of Guilford left to be seen. GUS happens once a year and a fraction...

Quitting is not a sign of weakness: to quit or not to quit?

Quitting is not a sign of weakness: to quit or not to quit?

Colleen Gonzalez, Staff Writer

February 9, 2012


Filed under Sports

  As Coach Vince Lombardi once said, “Winners never quit and quitters never win.” However this mainly applies to those athletes that are driven towards success in their sport no matter what. For others, especially college students, it is not quite that simple. Being an athlete requires...