The Guilfordian

Campus events are keeping students sane during unprecedented times

Taron Lilly, Staff Writer

October 1, 2020

The Office of Student Leadership and Engagement (OSLE) has lately been the hub of student activity. Student engagement and student events are the OSLE’s bread and butter. This organization is an umbrella office that houses the Guilford Student Body Association (GSBA), the Campus Activities Board (CA...

Event to celebrate inner beauty in an intersectional environment

Meghana Iragavarapu, Staff Writer

April 22, 2016

Body, Mind & Soul Festival: an evening of workshops, discussions, food, music and dance to explore the ideas of beauty, health and spirituality. Started as a Center for Principal Problem Solving project, Feminism Redefined and Allied in Multicultural Experiences will host the festival on Saturday,...

Serendipity: why only once a year?

Student safety is a main concern for everyone during Serendipity. However, should the school sponsor more outlets throughout the year, students may not feel the need to behave as recklessly.

Chris Collins, Staff Writer

April 8, 2016

Once highlighted by a continental breakfast and faculty-student bike relays, Serendipity now includes color-throwing mayhem and the occasional fire truck. The established spring celebration brings students together for a once-a-year weekend of wild fun. Should this happen more often? The strength...

Creation of a unified campus calendar would solve problems

The Editorial Board

March 4, 2016

When there’s a campus event that you might want to go to, are you guaranteed to know about it? No. You might find yourself in the dark because Guilford College does not effectively keep its students up-to-date on campus happenings. It would be easy for a student to go through a semester here...

Take Back the Night creates safe space to share

Take Back the Night creates safe space to share

Vanessa Madonna, Staff Writer

May 1, 2015

Walk together. Stand together. Take Back the Night. Last Thursday, April 23, Sexual Assault Awareness Support and Advocacy hosted its seventh annual Take Back the Night. The goal is to spread the awareness of sexual assault while giving survivors a safe place to share their stories. The event started...

Serendipity 2014

Serendipity 2014

C.J. Green, Gabe Pollak, Ian Penny

April 11, 2014

Time meant nothing. Community meant everything. Serendipity 2014 was a story of convergence and congregation. The events and activities hosted by Guilford College were a mere backdrop for the hodgepodge of tentatively connected people to come together and exist in each other’s company. If nothing...