The Guilfordian

Lime-S seeing growth across Guilford

Lime-S seeing growth across Guilford

Elliot Adamson, Staff Writer

February 22, 2019

Guilford community members do not have to look very far or very carefully to notice the Lime-S electric scooters that have become commonplace on campus. The scooters have become a popular mode of transportation, whether as a method to get to class or as a way to enjoy getting around the community both...

Guilford sees hurricane damage

Guilford sees hurricane damage

Ashton McKenzie and Ayesha Tahirkheli

November 2, 2018

On Thursday, Oct. 11, Hurricane Michael hit Guilford County as a tropical storm in a wave of high winds and heavy rains, sweeping through the Carolinas until Tuesday, Oct. 16. The unexpected pressure of the Category 4 Hurricane left thousands of homes and facilities without power for days, forcing schools...

Guilford seeing adjustments following Florence

Ryan Brown, Staff Writer

September 28, 2018

Although the full force of Hurricane Florence never reached as far inland as Greensboro, it would be daft to say its impact has not reached Guilford. With three days of class cancellations, Guilford was forced to make campus-wide decisions while balancing safety with the need to maintain a realistic...

Staff Editorial: Safety at Serendipity starts with the students

Staff Editorial: Safety at Serendipity starts with the students

April 13, 2018

Serendipity is coming up soon, and The Guilfordian editorial board would like to encourage all students to be safe. Our biggest suggestion is to always, always travel and stay with a trusted group. Drinking responsibly is vital. Stay with a trustworthy group who will watch your back, and never...

Policy is a form of oppression for students

Policy is a form of oppression for students

Beatriz Caldas, Editor-in-Chief

March 23, 2018

A few weeks ago, our community received an email from Todd Clark, vice president of student affairs and dean of students. The email was a confirmation of an “approved assembly” for March 14 on the quad of the College. Students wanted to pay respects to the victims of the Stoneman Douglas High School...

First-years believe in a better, safer Guilford

First-years believe in a better, safer Guilford

Daezia Rolling, Staff Writer

September 29, 2017

In the past two weeks, Guilford’s community has encountered five serious incidents. The number of incidents in such a short time frame has caused some apprehension among first-year students. On Sept. 1, an attempted kidnapping was reported on the intersection of Levi Coffin Drive and George Fox...

Quakers name Charlotte Dixon new coach for the women’s lacrosse team this season

Quakers name Charlotte Dixon new coach for the women’s lacrosse team this season

DaeQuan Fitzgerald, Sports Editor

September 29, 2017

Former assistant women’s lacrosse coach Charlotte Dixon was recently named this year’s interim head coach of the Quakers. Dixon replaces Sarah Lamphier, who accepted an offer to be an assistant coach at NCAA Division II Slippery Rock University in Pennsylvania. The Guilfordian spoke with Dixon about...

Public Safety addresses student concerns

Public Safety addresses student concerns

Hannah Shoemaker, News Editor

September 29, 2017

Following the past few weeks’ campus safety incidents, including a police operation, an alleged assault, an attempted kidnapping and  a reported gunman, Campus Life staff and Public Safety held a series of campus safety forums on Sept. 19 and 21 to raise awareness of safety protocols and precautions...

Mayoral election to be held next month

Mayoral election to be held next month

Finn Williamson, Staff Writer

September 29, 2017

The race for the 49th mayor of Greensboro is underway. The primary election will be held on Oct. 10 and the general election on Nov. 7. With Nancy Vaughan’s announcement that she will be running for reelection, the mayoral race is between Vaughan, Diane Moffett and John Brown. Vaughan is the incumbent...