The Guilfordian

Online learning falls short, encourages disconnection

Rafael Alfaro, Staff Writer October 8, 2021

Online schooling has potential—or does it? During the COVID-19 pandemic, most schools opted to convert to a completely virtual setting. This included utilizing tools like Zoom, Google Meet, Google Classroom...

First-year Katie Ssan Filippo reads in the lower level of the library. Library staff recently re-shelved lesser-used books in a storage space in the basement, freeing up room for new technologies on the second floor.

Hege Library modernizing with a makeover

Harris Billings, Staff Writer September 25, 2015

The Hege Library, as we know it, is changing. “This is the most exciting time at Guilford’s library that I’ve witnessed in my 20 years here,” said Gwendolyn Erickson, Friends Historical Collection...

Student ventures abroad, teaches English in Tanzania

Student ventures abroad, teaches English in Tanzania

William Osterholt, Staff Writer September 5, 2014

While many students at Guilford College this summer were enjoying the sun outside or working summer jobs, one student was participating in something rather special. Junior Fiona Lloyd-Muller spent a significant...

Coach Wilson is focused and eager to change overall team outlook

Swim team strokes its way to a brighter, faster future

Kim Kleimeier , Staff Writer February 3, 2012

“I am more dedicated than I have ever been,” said Becca Dozier, a third year about the upcoming swim season. The Quaker ladies swim team has been experiencing some big changes, brought about by...

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