The Guilfordian

International Club joins Guilford College in federal lawsuit

Roman Raies, World & Nation Editor

January 18, 2019

According to the Migration Policy Institute, the U.S. houses 1.1 million international students, a number greater than any other country. The top position owes to the high-quality higher education system, welcoming culture and relatively open labor market of the United States. However, according to a...

Guilford tackles food insecurity

DaeQuan Fitzgerald, Managing Editor

April 20, 2018

A study conducted by the National Student Campaign Against Hunger and Homelessness reported that 44 percent of students cut the size of their meals or skipped meals altogether because there was not enough money. 20 percent did not eat for an entire day for the same reason. According to a report from...

International festival celebrates culture

Mara Stern & Aubrey King, Staff Writer & Features Editor

April 15, 2016

Flags waved in the wind, the smell of different foods floated through the air and laughter could be heard across the lawn as students gathered to celebrate culture and countries. The Guilford College International Festival, hosted by the International Club, took place last Friday with flags, food...

International students add diversity

Shea Orth-Moore (R), an international student form Kenya, talks with fellow first-year Taryn Bonner. She is one of Guilford's many international students.

Quinn Johnson and Maksym Kosachevskyy

October 23, 2015

A 2006 study found that nine in 10 young Americans could not find Afghanistan on a map. It is ironic that Guilford hosts students from countries this demographic cannot even identify. Students from all over the world gather at this school in pursuit of opportunity, education and change. Each have...

International students seek American schools

Kinsey Danzis, Staff Writer

September 13, 2013

How does it feel to go to school in a foreign country? Today, students from every continent but Antarctica travel to the U.S. in search of a college degree. They have found answers to this question. "There are a lot of differences," said junior Lesley Manuh. "There's a more rigorous curriculum...