The Guilfordian

J-Term’s cost too high to continue program past ‘17

Mae Wood, Staff Writer

April 15, 2016

Brace yourself, Guilford College. January term may be on its way out. In a meeting on March 28, Community Senate produced a fact sheet, which listed the primary reasons why J-Term may be discontinued after the 2017 session. The main reason is that there has not been enough student participation...

This semester’s delayed start was snow joke

Quincy Malesovas, Staff Writer

February 5, 2016

Greensboro, North Carolina — home of barbecue, football, folk music and wintry weather trepidation. While storm Jonas unloaded two plus feet of snow in several northeastern cities, it left Greensboro with a meager two inches. Nevertheless, Guilford College shut school down on Monday, Jan. 25 to...

News In Brief

Abe Kenmore, World & Nation Editor

April 17, 2015

South Africa: An outburst of anti-immigrant violence has killed five people and displaced many more in the costal city of Durban, according to the Guardian. Among the dead were two foreigners and three South Africans. The police have also arrested over 30 people for various related offenses, including...

J-term fair displays wealth of local options and study abroad programs

J-term fair displays wealth of local options and study abroad programs

Allison DeBusk, Staff Writer

September 14, 2012

Walking the streets of Montpellier, France. Performing at the International Fringe Festival, the largest cultural event in the world. Living on a yacht in the Caribbean. Sound like a dream vacation? These are some of the opportunities available to students during this year’s inaugural January term....