The Guilfordian

3D printing to help developing nations

Shami Chideya, Staff Writer

March 30, 2018

Two companies have partnered to create a sustainable design for 3D printed houses. New Story, a nonprofit startup that focuses on raising funds for urban planning, hopes to combat the lack of safe long-term housing for clients. They operate in developing countries like El Salvador, Haiti and Bolivia. They...

Teams fundraise to battle budget cuts

Nick Carratu, Staff Writer

September 18, 2015

It is not uncommon for Guilford athletes and coaches to host special events to raise extra money for their sports clubs and teams. Whether it is for new equipment, uniforms or travel, fundraising has a significant impact on a team’s ability to perform over the season. “I do believe that budget...

Athletes take a hit in budget crisis

Banning Watson, Staff Writer

March 27, 2015

The budget crisis has affected every part of the Guilford campus and raised concerns for the future of programs such as the Bonner Scholars program and the Wellness Education Center, but we have yet to hear about the effects on Guilford athletics. “I think we’re all on a lot tighter budget than...

Advancing excellence raises $60 mil for college

Lek Siu, Staff Writer

December 6, 2013

The Advancing Excellence capital campaign hit its $60 million goal seven months early. “Thank you to the many donors whose gifts, large and small, have helped us reach this milestone,” said President and Professor of Political Science Kent Chabotar. “Your generous support benefits students not...

Early College Interact Club shows off student talent

Rishab Revankar, Staff Writer

March 7, 2013

Young and old, local and foreign, and student and faculty alike all came together on Feb. 22 for the annual “ECG’s Got Talent” show. Hosted in Dana Auditorium by the Early College at Guilford Interact Club, the charity event raised over $1,000 for Ankur Balsadan, an orphanage in Latur, India. A...

Have a heart and help a kidney

Have a heart and help a kidney

Kate Gibson, Staff Writer

March 23, 2012

Julius Ross, CCE SGA vice president, felt sick every other day, but he thought it was just stress. He had no idea. “I’ve always been a workaholic,” said Ross. “I thought I was just working myself to death, and that’s why I was being so sick.” But a month later, the illness persisted....