The Guilfordian

Navigate Student app introduced to Guilford

Matthew Climbingbear, Staff Writer

November 11, 2019

Navigating yourself around Guilford can be a tedious and difficult task without a guide or assistance from others. However, this August, Guilford College introduced a new student app called Navigate Student for all students to use. “It’s a one stop shop,” said Director of Academic Support Services Curtis ...

Elon Musk plots underground tunnels

Ethan Santana, Staff Writer

November 2, 2018

In his steady effort to revolutionize transportation and make it more eco-friendly, Elon Musk, CEO of Tesla Motors and SpaceX, has proposed and developed a series of underground transport tunnels as a more time and resource-efficient mode of public transportation. On Oct. 21, Musk said in a series...

Cinema shifts

McKinley Keener, Staff Writer

March 16, 2018

Sooner or later, everything changes. Evolving and adapting will always be necessary to survive. For instance, movie theaters have changed since the first permanent cinema, also known as the “moving picture” house, established in Pittsburg, Pennsylvania in 1905. Back then, movie theaters were a...

Guilford alum reads from first book of poems

Guilford alum reads from first book of poems

Finn Williamson, Staff Writer

October 6, 2017

On Thursday, Sept. 28, students, teachers and community members gathered in the Carnegie Room of Hege Library, all excited to hear Guilford alumna Anna Lena Phillips Bell speak. Since attending Guilford, Bell has been an editor at several publications, including the American Scientist magazine. She...

Early College Robotics hopes to win big next year

Early College Robotics hopes to win big next year

Julia Martins De Sa, Staff Writer

May 1, 2017

A couple of well-oiled machines. This is perfect description for each of the Early College at Guilford’s Robotics teams, three of whom competed at the FIRST World Championship from March 19-22. Two First Tech Challenge teams, Team 731 “Wannabee Strange” and Team 5795 “Back to the Drawing ...

No Man’s Sky fails, impresses no one

No Man’s Sky fails, impresses no one

Maksym Kosachevskyy, Staff Writer

September 8, 2016

“You can’t escape the never-ending boredom of No Man’s Sky,” said Early College senior Ali Chaudhry. On Aug. 9, video game developer Hello Games released No Man’s Sky, an open world exploration role playing game for the PlayStation 4 and Microsoft Windows. In No Man’s Sky, you play the...

IT&S gets some upgrades in security, Wi-Fi

IT&S gets some upgrades in security, Wi-Fi

Clare Forrister, Opinion Editor

September 8, 2016

Despite the many types of people who call Guilford College their own, everyone has a few things in common: following the core values, pursuit of knowledge and dependence on technology. When students deal with wireless internet problems, new online learning systems or virtual security risks, the Information...

Possible transition from Moodle to new software stirs mixed emotions

DaeQuan Fitzgerald, Staff Writer

April 22, 2016

Guilford College’s current online learning service, Moodle, may soon be replaced with Canvas, learning management software that offers a facilitated experience for both students and professors. There have been several complaints from faculty over the difficulties they face using Moodle. For instance,...

Kid Pix: a revolutionary approach to higher ed

Lily Lou, Children's Software Expert

April 1, 2016

Disclaimer: This story is a part of our April Fool’s edition, The Goofordian. This story was created by Guilfordian staff and is not based in fact. “As an institution of higher learning, Guilford College prides itself in its innovation to create our next generation of thinkers,” said Presiden...