The Guilfordian

Author Heide Castañeda presents narrative on mixed families living along the border

Attentive audience members listen to Castañeda as she presents her findings about mixed families.

Laura Quiceno, Staff Writer

April 7, 2020

Guilford College is a campus with a wide range of students that come from different backgrounds and the diversity is very notorious. Many of the students are enrolled in the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program which “gives young undocumented immigrants protection from deportation and...

New endowment allows CPPS to continue providing unique opportunities

Molly Schneider, Staff Writer

September 12, 2014

“A practical liberal education applied to real world problems.” Too big of a mouthful, right? Well, if you were sitting in on the 7:30 a.m. brainstorming sessions with Kent Chabotar, professor of political science, this is how you came to understand the Center for Principled Problem Solving. What...

Limburg, Ricks and Williams receive CPPS Faculty Fellowships

Allison Stalberg, Staff Writer

April 25, 2014

Studying abroad in Munich. Discussing Internet ethics. Helping homeless animals. These are some of the exciting opportunities students can participate in now that the 2014-15 Center for Principled Problem Solving Faculty Fellowships have officially been granted. The faculty awarded were: Dave Limburg,...

Students spearhead judicial process reform

Christianna Van Dalsan, Staff Writer

March 7, 2013

The time has come. The pressure is on. Get ready for some big changes on campus. Guilford’s judicial process is known for being rooted in restorative justice. However, no system is perfect. That is why every five years, the student body gets the opportunity to review and suggest changes to the judicial...