The Guilfordian

Alumna connects with community members

Mara Stern, Staff Writer

April 29, 2016

“I lost my dad,” said Part-Time Lecturer of Justice and Policy Studies Jada Drew ’07. “After that I was just going, going, going. I was a successful student, I did the whole Bonner thing. ... (I was ready) to leave Greensboro, to try something new, but there was always a gravitational pull....

Guilford News in Brief

Lily Lou, News Editor

September 11, 2015

Two sexual assaults reported on campus Two sexual assaults were reported on the weekend of Aug. 29 on Guilford College’s campus, according to Director of Student Judicial Affairs Sandy Bowles. In 2013, the last year for which data is available, one non-forcible sexual assault and two forcible sexual...

Core value of diversity currently not represented in faculty

Beatriz Caldas, Staff Writer

March 6, 2015

Guilford College’s website dedicates an entire page to the explanation of the school’s core values and missions. One of them represents the College’s desire to become an institution characterized by equality and other aspects of multiculturalism, diversity and inclusion. Unfortunately, these...

Symposium celebrates black culture

Symposium celebrates black culture

Nicole Zelniker, Features Editor

March 6, 2015

On Feb. 27, the Multicultural Education Department, Africana CHANGE and Brothers and Sisters in Blackness hosted the second annual All Black Everything symposium. “We wanted to have a day to celebrate black culture, to take time to explore blackness worldwide,” said Director for Educational Initiatives...

Soy un Lider: inspiring and empowering future leaders

Soy un Lider: inspiring and empowering future leaders

Valeria Sosa, News Editor

December 5, 2014

“About 11 years ago, I was sitting in your place,” said Jada Drew ’07, director for Educational Initiatives and Partnerships. “I was trying to find my place, trying to figure out what it was that I wanted to do. “You’re here to be closer to finding your passion. You’re here to learn...