The Guilfordian

As October comes rolling in, the gradual change in hue of foliage means only one thing. Fall has begun at Guilford college.

Fall evokes warm feelings, family traditions for Guilford community

Haley Madison, Staff Writer September 30, 2022

'Tis the season for pumpkin-based everything, loungewear in neutral colors and classic Halloween flicks! The fall season is ushering in a series of changes, including the now-cool weather and the variety...

Guilford senior Dylan Blowe enjoys  skateboarding on the quad on a recent spring afternoon.

Goodbye winter, hello spring!

Anahy Gutierrez Martinez, Staff Writer March 30, 2022

On March 20, the spring equinox marked the beginning of spring 2022 in the earth’s Northern Hemisphere, the season in which the natural world is revived after the cold wintry months.  Birds begin...

An empty Dana Auditorium, as it was for much of the pandemic.

Jazz, guitar, choir prepared to perform this semester

Miles Kirkpatrick, Guest Writer September 11, 2021

From public performances to ensemble courses, music is an integral part of Guilford College, and the 12-week session is shaping up to be alive with it. Guilford offers a variety of music courses, from...

Jim Hood works with a student in his American Nature Writing course this spring during a class exploration in the Guilford Woods.

Time with Jim

A reflection on learning at Guilford
Nolan Ross, Staff Writer June 21, 2021

Jim and I both like to talk. We’re both sitting at our computers. His hair is shorter than when we last met in January for an academic advisor conference, and he wears a black blazer over his usual plaid...

Students walk across Guilfords quad in September 2019

Guilford under fire

Hannah Preston, Staff Writer November 7, 2020

Well folks, if the global pandemic, a community member passing and the biggest presidential election of a lifetime weren't enough for you this week, Guilford Interim President Carol Moore and the Guilford...

Staff Editorial: In response to program prioritization

October 29, 2020

COVID-19 has devastated millions of lives physically, emotionally, mentally and financially. The pandemic has caused a great deal of anxiety for many Guilfordians, but it is not the only source of stress...

Susan May

Education project aims to build brighter future for refugee children

Finn Conte, Staff Writer January 6, 2020

On May 12, 2018, a fire swept through apartment G in the Summit-Cone complex, located at the busy intersection of Cone Boulevard and Summit Avenue in Greensboro. Tragically, Emmanuel and Furaha Mugabo,...

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...

main GP project photo-Elanna Reber

Finding sense of place brings strength, peace, wholeness

Elanna Reber, Staff Writer December 27, 2019

“One of our biggest difficulties...is that we live so much in language and so much in a mediated world of electronic media and print media... all of which tends to distance us from our connection with...

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