The Guilfordian

Etsuo’s Corner: Sign off from Etsuo

Etsuo Fujita, Staff Writer

April 20, 2018


Filed under In Print, World & Nation

Time has passed so fast and I cannot believe this column is my last one. Since I started writing articles, it has been 6 months and I have written 17 articles. In my last article, I would like to summarize my experience of my studying abroad. I remember the moment I arrived at the airport. I was a...

Goof: Faculty exclusive poetry slam leads to rally

DaeQuan Fitzgerald, Pen Sniffer

March 30, 2018


Filed under Goofordian 2018, In Print

Disclaimer: This story is a part of out April Fool’s edition, The Goofordian. This story was created by Guilfordian Staff and is not based in fact. Chaos erupted at the English and Creative Writing Department poetry slam Tuesday night in room 203 in Duke Hall. The department held the poetry s...

Guilford celebrates Women’s History Month

Abigail AbantoHollans, Staff Writer

March 23, 2018


Filed under Features, In Print

“When women tell their stories, other women sometimes can raise their voices as well,” said Associate Professor of English Mylène Dressler. Dressler, along with other Guilford faculty members, spoke at the HERstory Month Celebration on March 15. The celebration was an interdisciplinary celebration...

Jeff Jeske Memorial Scholarship honors late professor

Jeff Jeske Memorial Scholarship honors late professor

Beatriz Caldas, Editor-in-Chief

February 2, 2018


Filed under In Print, News, Top Stories

“Go for the gold” and “error creeps in” are quotes that students who attended Guilford in the last three decades will remember. They both were said by Charles A. Dana Professor of English Jeff Jeske, who passed away on Jan. 23, 2017. Jeske joined the College in 1986 after getting his doctorate...

Greensboro school welcomes 320 students new to the U.S.

Greensboro school welcomes 320 students new to the U.S.

Praveena Somasundaram, Features Editor

November 10, 2017


Filed under Features, In Print, Top Stories

It’s a routine that began at the start of the academic year in August. Abu Zaeem, the principal of Doris Henderson Newcomers School, stands at the entrance of the school everyday to greet around 300 students who arrive by bus. “When they first start in August, you always want to create that culture...

Two students share insight

Two students share insight

Praveena Somasundaram, Features Editor

November 10, 2017


Filed under Features, In Print

17-year-olds Nour Shaker and Kaskile Rashidi first set foot in the United States in November of 2016. “When I come to America, I didn’t know any word in English,” said Rashidi. “So when I came here, I was surprised, and I was scared.” To overcome the language barrier in the U.S., Rashidi,...

New scholarship will benefit creative writers

Sommer Fanney, Staff Writer

February 6, 2015


Filed under Features

Guilford’s new Sherwood Anderson Creative Writing scholarship will provide four applicants $3,500 each in aid. Starting this semester, sophomores and juniors, along with first-years who already have creative writing experience, are invited to apply by the March 1 deadline in order to be eligible...

Martin Arnold speaks on inspiration & techniques

Martin Arnold speaks on inspiration & techniques

Lily Lou, Staff Writer

November 21, 2014


Filed under Features

English professor. Father of two children. And now, once again, an author. This November, Unicorn Press will publish Visiting Assistant Professor of English Martin Arnold’s book of poetry titled “Earthquake Owner’s Manual,” which won the Unicorn Press First Book Contest. While this is his...

Dressler dances into a Bruce B. Stewart Teaching Award

Maile Munro, Staff Writer

April 25, 2014


Filed under Features

In her first year as a tenure track Assistant Professor of English, Mylène Dressler has already made a powerful impression and won the Bruce B. Stewart Teaching Award for non-tenured faculty. “She floats across the room and pirouettes among the students,” said President and Professor of Political...