The Guilfordian

Food Justice Club meets Dixie Classic Fair

Kathryn Hurst, Features Editor

October 29, 2019

On Saturday, Oct. 12, six members of Guilford’s Food Justice Club travelled to Winston-Salem for the annual Dixie Classic Fair. The fair’s diverse crowd and range of events, from produce displays and tractor pulling to ferris wheels and giant turkey legs, not only offered a valuable bonding experi...

Yoga session empowers patrons

Abigail AbantoHollans, Staff Writer

March 16, 2018

“Our intention here today is to be open and accepting of what the universe has to offer,” said yoga instructor Leanne Pizio. Pizio led the yoga session hosted by the JPS 350 course, “Women, Crime and Criminal Justice,” on Feb. 27. The session was held in the West Gallery of Founders Hall. The...

Integrity continues to fight for justice on campus

Clare Forrister, Opinion Editor

September 22, 2016

Begun in the middle of a tumultuous time both for Guilford College and the nation, the organizing efforts of Integrity for Guilford have changed the way the conversation about social justice on campus. Integrity is an organizing group run by students and focused on making change in how the College...

Students strut stuff in first fashion show

Students strut stuff in first fashion show

Nicole Zelniker, Managing Editor

April 29, 2016

Artificial lights brightened the quad for the models who were preparing in a tent for their runway debut. On April 25, students walked in Guilford College’s first Intersectionality Fashion Show. “It was our first time ever doing the fashion show,” said sophomore Iris Suarez. “(We didn’t)...

Anyone can slay on this show’s runway

Anyone can slay on this show’s runway

Paige Nehls, Staff Writer

March 25, 2016

“I can be a model,” said first-year Terry Daniels. “What’s holding me back? I can be fierce like them. I can be Tyra Banks.” Come April 8, Daniels will be doing what Tyra Banks built a career upon: strutting up and down a catwalk. Except in this fashion show, the fashion will not be the...