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Photojournalist, Amy Toensing, to visit campus and share experiences

Nabadwip, West Bengal, India - April 5, 2016: Bhakti Dashi, 75 years old from Bangladesh, says she has been living in Nabadwip Bhajanashram ashram since
Bangladesh Independence around 25 years ago. Bhakti lives in the back area of the ashram, behind the temple with a few other widows. During they day other
widows come to the ashram to pray and chant in exchange for food. // Photo courtesy of Amy Toensing

Abigail Bekele, Staff Writer

March 10, 2017

Imagine one day you had most of the necessities you needed and the next day everything is gone. When their husbands die, women in Nepal, India and Bangladesh lose their homes and families. Photojournalist Amy Toensing documented these women’s stories in her most recent project, “A World of Widows,”...

Moving past news headlines to provide a human face

Journalist Scott Anderson, right, listens as Justin Catanoso asks him a question after Anderson presented work from his 18-month project,

Abigail Bekele and Jacqueline Carr

October 26, 2016

Guilfordian Staff writers Jacqueline Carr and Evan Gorgen contributed to this story. New York Times journalist Scott Anderson shared his work and experiences from his most recent project,“Fractured Lands,” at Wake Forest University on Wednesday, Oct. 26, 2016. The 42,000-word project took 18 ...

National Geographic writer discusses Child Brides project

National Geographic writer discusses Child Brides project

Haejin Song, Staff Writer

April 13, 2012

“Hello comrades,” said National Geographic writer Cynthia Gorney as she entered the Journalism class with Jon Sawyer, founding executive director of the Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting on April 4. Along with Wake Forest University and High Point University, Guilford College recently joined...