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The student news site of Guilford College

The Guilfordian

The student news site of Guilford College

The Guilfordian

The line for food at Greensboros Greek Festival stretched from the fellowship hall of the church that hosted the event to the parking lot, and eventually circled the field where the festival was held.

Greek festival gathers in Greensboro

Conrad Boone, Social Justice Editor September 29, 2023

My first time attending Greensboro’s Greek Festival was also my first time trying a gyro, a type of Greek street food described by the festival’s menu as seasoned beef and lamb, served with tzatziki...

The infamous Breezewood Pennslyvania from a different angle. Resembles much of Greensboro.

Commentary on a commute

Miles Kirkpatrick, Opinion Editor January 20, 2023

My commute to school is my favorite part of my day. It's a 10 to 20 minute near-straight shot from my house to campus. It passes through a good cross-section of Greensboro, from the residential area I...

Open campuses: An opening for crime?

Kevin Lee, Guest Writer September 11, 2021

It was the dead of night when he felt the cold barrel of a gun press against the top of his forehead. The young man looked around for help. The normally bustling cafe across the street was eerily still—it...

Investing in the future: Educational infrastructure

Roma Desai, Guest Writer September 10, 2021

  Greensboro, North Carolina is a hub for higher education. With over eight colleges and universities in the Triad, our community features state-of-the-art research infrastructure and instructional...

Inclement weather conditions such as fallen trees caused power outages across Greensboro.

Thousands left without power after ice storm hits central NC

Hope Stephens, Staff Writer February 22, 2021

On Feb. 13, more than 190,000 NC residents were left without power as a result of winter storm damage. The Greensboro area was hit the hardest by freezing rain showers with over 24,000 reported outages....

Snow from this winter and what is to come

Snow from this winter and what is to come

Reece Clark, Staff Writer February 4, 2021

Snowmen, snowball fights and sledding. These winter staples that many have enjoyed in the past may not be a realistic possibility this year. With the strange weather we have experienced so far, it might...

Legacy Crossing apartments 2019

Resettling in Greensboro: Glimpses into the lives of refugees

Mohamed Togol, Staff Writer January 3, 2020

Author’s note: This project, a photo essay completed for the Fall 2019 Guilfordian Practicum course, is aimed at raising awareness about the living conditions of refugees who resettle in the Greensboro...

Wu Opera Troupe brings unique art form to Greensboro and Guilford

Ramya Krishna, Guest Writer September 19, 2019

Chinese opera at Guilford?  It’s more likely than you think! On Tuesday, Sept. 10, the Wu Opera Troupe of Yiwu City performed in Dana Auditorium after previous Triad performances at the N.C. Folk...

Beth Sheffield of the Greensboro Public Library and author Osha Gray Davidson discuss racial issues of the past and present at Greensboros One City, One Book kickoff event

‘Best of Enemies’ author kicks off Greensboro’s One City, One Book program

LeSeria Neven, Guest Writer September 17, 2019

On Saturday, Aug. 24 at the Greensboro History Museum, a discussion featuring author Osha Gray Davidson sparked conversation about racial issues between whites and people of color, specifically African...

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