The Guilfordian

“Me Too” campaign encourages survivors to speak out against sexual misconduct, connect with others

Shania Lao

Shania Lao, Staff Writer

November 3, 2017

10 years ago, Tarana Burke, creator of the “Me Too” campaign, was a youth camp director who sat down to hear the story of a child who had been sexually abused. Burke ended the conversation less than five minutes in and sent the child to speak with another director because she could no longer listen...

FYE is redesigned to meet new students’ needs

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Laura Hay, Staff Writer

September 15, 2017

Guilford College faculty and staff are in the process of redesigning the College’s First Year Experience and First Year Seminar programs to better reflect the ever-changing needs of Guilford students. The FYE and FYS programs are intended to orient first-year students to Guilford through exposure...

First-year Sel Mpang becomes American citizen

Individuals gathered at the Greensboro Courthouse this past Saturday, Feb. 20, to engage in their naturalization ceremony.

Chris Collins, Staff Writer

February 26, 2016

The Guilfordian interviewed first-year Bonner Scholar Sel Mpang about her journey to U.S. citizenship. Mpang underwent the year-long process to finally receive her proof of citizenship on Feb. 19, during the naturalization ceremony at the district courthouse in downtown Greensboro. Guilfordian: Congratulations,...