The Guilfordian

Letter to the editor: Softball field

September 21, 2018

As Guilford has remodeled or expanded parts of its campus infrastructure, 2018 has brought a project which builds nothing new and offers misplaced repetition. The location proposed for a new softball stadium is the wooded valley and hillside east of the current baseball and football fields on campus. ...

Binford set to reopen next fall

Binford set to reopen next fall

Finn Williamson, Senior Writer

April 6, 2018

With construction being done across campus, Guilford will look different next year. Recently, Guilford has undertaken renovation projects on several of its buildings. This year, first-year dormitory Binford Hall underwent its restoration process. According to Vice President of Administration and...

Construction confusion: The Greenleaf is still closed

Construction confusion: The Greenleaf is still closed

Clare Forrister and Matthew Jones

February 27, 2015

The Greenleaf Coffee Co-Op, Guilford’s student run coffee shop, closed at the end of fall semester for winter break. It never reopened. “It’s really unfortunate that we can’t have our space now because of things completely out of our control,” said sophomore and Greenleaf member Colin...

Corporate giant may enter Quaker Village

Valeria Sosa, Staff Writer

February 14, 2014

Save money. Live better. Walmart? Rumors of a new Walmart Neighborhood Market invading Quaker Village have been buzzing around Guilford College in recent weeks. In November, News & Record posted a short article concerning the rumor, stating that city officials have not received official plans...

Olympic construction ruins Russian village

Allie Baddley, Staff Writer

February 7, 2014

For over five years, the residents of the village of Akhshtyr have suffered due to construction leading up to the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia. Construction has depleted the village’s resources and left its residents with limited running water for drinking and crop irrigation. Although...

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,...