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Guilford celebrates LGBTQIA students at Lavender Graduation

Guilford celebrates LGBTQIA students at Lavender Graduation

Abigail AbantoHollans, Features Editor

April 12, 2019

“It’s about time,” said President of Guilford College Jane Fernandes. On April 10 from 6 to 8 p.m. in Bryan Jr. Auditorium, Guilford College held its inaugural Lavender Graduation. The Lavender Graduation celebrates graduating students from both undergraduate and graduate programs who are members...

Hector Suarez fights for his right to dream

Hector Suarez fights for his right to dream

Julia Martins de Sa, Assistant Photo Editor

January 26, 2018

Feb. 14, 1997. Guilford College’s Student Community Senate President Hector Rivera Suarez was born to loving parents in Veracruz, Mexico late at night on Valentine’s Day. Suarez lived with his parents and older sister in Veracruz for eight years. Veracruz is on the Gulf of Mexico, and every summer...

Guilford’s volleyball keeps on the move

Guilford’s volleyball keeps on the move

Laura Hay, Staff Writer

November 17, 2017

Guilford’s volleyball just keeps on moving up. The team had a successful 2017 campaign going 12-11, improving from 12-14 last season and a trip to the Old Dominion Athletic Conference tournament. Although they lost in the quarterfinals of the tournament, the season was still successful and has players...

Reese Setzer signs off as our Sports Editor

Reese Setzer, Sports Editor

December 1, 2016

Two years. It has been just over two years since I sat in my very first journalism class as a sophomore, eager to finally give journalism a try as I had always thought about doing so since high school. What would happen over the course of that semester would completely change my aspirations and,...

Weather related

Weather related

Denise Miller, Web Staff

May 5, 2015

After the season of spring arrived, a blanket of pollen lingered over the campus of Guilford College leaving nothing untouched. The yellowish substance emerged on cars and was relentless in letting go. As footsteps of many sizes journeyed the paths to classrooms, plants in the state of fruitfulness multiplied....

Seniors prepare for graduation and post-collegiate life

Tray Lynch, Staff Writer

May 2, 2014

All the late nights spent in the library devoted to writing papers and studying for exams are over now. You did it. You made it through college. There is an undoubtedly enormous emphasis on a student’s senior year of college: a sense of pride that against all odds you made it to the finish line. “Being...

Nearing the end: what’s the plan now?

Nearing the end: what’s the plan now?

Chase Clausen, Staff Writer

April 4, 2014

After a long and dreary winter, flowers are beginning to blossom, the weather is slowly changing, and seniors are beginning to think about life after graduating college. This is the time of year when students begin to formulate a next-step plan once the celebrating of graduation has ended. Whether...

Experiential learning requirement: quintessential or detrimental?

Experiential learning requirement: quintessential or detrimental?

Chloe Lindeman, Staff Writer

March 7, 2013

As early as next year, incoming first-years may be required to participate in experiential learning in order to gain a Guilford degree. The entering class in Fall 2014 would be the first required to get involved with experiential learning in order to graduate. The Strategic and Long Range Planning...

Life After Guilford: Alumni Association unveils new website

Daniel Vasiles, Senior Designer

April 20, 2012

How do you transition into life after college? Graduation is quickly approaching, and for many seniors, this question is at the forefront of their minds. To help answer this question, the Guilford College Alumni Association has been developing an online resource to help current and future graduates...