The Guilfordian

Assistant Kleimeier named head coach

Delaney Martin, Staff Writer

September 28, 2018

This season marks a new beginning for Guilford College’s women’s tennis team. For the first time since the program’s inception, they are slated to receive a designated head coach. Last year, the team went 1-14 in their regular season and 0-11 in the Old Dominion Athletic Conference, a record they...

Guilford’s kicker Kiser shares experience

Q & A Guilford College Football Harrison Kiser

Jonathan Hudson, Staff Writer

November 10, 2017

Of the positions in the game of football, the performance of the kicker takes the most individual effort, and the pressure put on the kicker often gets overlooked by the simplicity of his task, which is to kick the ball down field or kick it through the uprights. The Guilfordian sat down with sophomore...

Davis shares her experience

Diane Davis poses near the bread and desserts section of the Fresh Mobile Market.//Photo by Julia Martins de Sa/The Guilfordian

Julia Martins de Sa, Assistant Photo Editor

November 3, 2017

Guilford County, North Carolina has gone from being the most food insecure county in the nation to being the ninth, and organizations like the Out of the Garden project have helped make this jump possible. Diane Davis has been volunteering at Out of the Garden for two years. She is always in charge...

Changes to the caf for students, staff

Meghana Iragavarapu, Staff Writer

April 8, 2016

Out with the old, and in with the new. Out with the napkins, and in with the ice cream, waffle station and large display cooler with food we can’t eat. Why these changes? Over spring break, the cafeteria underwent changes in setup, process and image. “We moved the waffle station and moved silverware...

New majors added to improve enrollment, student experience

Dalton Kern, Staff Writer

February 12, 2016

Out with the old and in with the new. Or maybe just in with the new. A multitude of new majors and a graduate program may soon be incorporated into the Guilford College offerings without eliminating any existing programs. Over the past year, Guilford College faculty have approved majors in sustainable...

Recruiting difficulties haunt the College

Christopher Collins, Staff Writer

February 12, 2016

Falling. Guilford College’s enrollment, that is. For the past four years, Guilford College has seen a drop in enrollment each year. Is this Guilford’s fault or is something larger causing this? Nationally, the number of students applying to college has declined since 2009. While several causes...

Leadership conference draws Latino students

Aubrey King, Features Editor

November 13, 2015

The move from high school to college is stressful for any student. For Latino students, college can seem even more out of reach. According to reports by Excelencia in Eduction, nine percent fewer Latino students graduate college than regular students. Half the battle is information, and Guilford College...