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Students spend their spring breaks building communities, traveling, more

First-year Bonner Scholars learn about the history and culture of the Gullah/Geechee tribe as they listen to Queen Quet. They engaged in volunteer service at the Gullah/Geechee Sea Island Coalition, South Carolina this past spring break. // Photo courtesy of James Shields.
April 7, 2017

Sleep, service and sightseeing. There are no better words to describe Guilford College’s spring break. With 2017 in full swing and the spring semester halfway completed, Guilford students took full...

Students spring into break

March 25, 2016

Picture hours filled with service work, road trips and exploration. Imagine long days with warm weather, great memories and relaxation. This is spring break week for Guilford College students. Students...

Students use spring break to volunteer, learn about race issues

Students use spring break to volunteer, learn about race issues
April 3, 2015

There is no happiness like spring break. A week of no classes and homework comes as a relief to almost anyone. Spring break is an opportunity to have fun, but at Guilford College it is also a chance...

The last leg: Finishing the semester strong after spring break

The last leg: Finishing the semester strong after spring break
April 5, 2013

Whether you’re a first-year or a senior, you’ve got a lot of work staring you in the face over the next couple of weeks. The end seems eons away, and your workload seems insurmountable. Here’s...

Athletes bond during spring break

Athletes bond during spring break
April 5, 2013

While students were renting beach houses, invading Austin, Texas for the South by Southwest music festival, and visiting family, some unlucky spring athletes were left behind. Squads practiced and competed...

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