The Guilfordian

Off campus housing policy causes stir within student body

Off campus housing policy causes stir within student body

Brittany Murdock, Staff Writer

April 19, 2013

With enrollment down by 366 students since 2010 and huge cuts to financial aid, Guilford has been doing its best to adjust to these hard economic times. One way Guilford is coping is by limiting the number of students who get approved for off campus housing. “I think it’s unfair that because enrollment...

Four tips for on- and off-campus fun, no vehicle required

Shelby Smith, Staff Writer

March 1, 2013

The week can be long and stressful, but when it’s finally over, the weekend lies ahead in all of its shining glory. There are so many possibilities. The world is your playground and that eight-page paper you have due next week can wait. Except there’s nothing to do. This is a common complaint...

Dreamsboro: vibrant city has something for all

Dreamsboro: vibrant city has something for all

Emily Currie, Staff Writer

November 30, 2012

The downtown section of a city is often referred to as the “heart” of the city. The heart is what makes the body thrive. It gives the body life and energy and makes it sparkle. It’s not surprising that Greensboro, with its folksy, friendly feel, has a vibrant downtown, rich with history, culture,...