The Guilfordian

Men’s lacrosse fighting for ODAC Tournament spot

Andrew Walker, Sports and Web Editor

April 20, 2018

The Guilford College men’s lacrosse team is in fifth place as they head into the final third of the Old Dominion Athletic Conference play. After an 8-2 start to the season, the team went on a three-game losing streak before winning on April 14 over Randolph College. The Quakers coasted to a 22-6...

The class of 2021 worked hard before the start of the school year at Guilford

Audrey Helfenbein ‘21 helps out at HorseFriends, one of the service sites during Guilford’s Day of Service. Each student in the first-year class participated at different sites all throughout Greensboro.// Photos by Abigail Bekele/The Guilfordian

Hannah Shoemaker, News Editor

September 8, 2017

370 students. 18 volunteer sites. Five hours. During Guilford College’s fourth annual Day of Service, the school logged over 1,110 service hours. All first-year Guilford students participated in the event, volunteering with their First Year Experience and First Year Seminar classes. Service projects...

First-year survey results: most feel at home here

Yahya Salih, Staff Writer

November 20, 2015

Guilford College might be having trouble recruiting students to campus, but 93 percent of first-year students think Guilford is the right choice for them. In the third week of the semester, all the first-year students completed their first survey of the year about their brief time here at Guilford. “The...

Admissions Office exceeds enrollment expectations

Admissions Office exceeds enrollment expectations

Anthony Harrison & Natalie Sutton and Natalie Sutton

September 6, 2013

If you hear victorious cries and triumphant cheers echoing from New Garden Hall, it’s likely they’re coming from the Admission Office. With the help of his team, Director of Admissions Andy Strickler far exceeded any hopes or expectations for enrollment numbers this semester when they successfully...

New interdisciplinary course catches the wave of experiential learning

New interdisciplinary course catches the wave of experiential learning

Virginia Shutler and Briana Halliwell, Guest Writers

August 31, 2012

“Our crap runs downstream, whether the stream is literal or temporal,” said Maia Dery, instructor of art and experiential learning specialist. “The people and other organisms downstream are dealing with every last thing we allow to run off or out of our campus parking lots, our woods, our cars...