The Guilfordian

Senate Update

Collin Gendron, Business Manager

October 6, 2015

This last week in senate we had Public Safety, Wellness Coordinator Kristie Wyatt and our title nine coordinator come and discuss safety on campus. Along with this discussion of safety followed a discussion of ways to improve safety on campus. One of the ways that safety could be improved would be adding...

Administration works to improve sexual assault prevention

Nicole Zelniker, Senior Writer

October 23, 2014

The sun shines and music plays as students gather outside Founder’s Hall for Guilford College’s Consent Fair. “People are really excited to see the t-shirts and ... fill out (quizzes) to get people to start thinking about these things,” said senior and Community AIDS Awareness Project Vice...

Columbia mattress protest sparks national response

Columbia mattress protest sparks national response

Banning Watson, Staff Writer

October 3, 2014

In her quest for justice, sexual assault survivor Emma Sulkowicz has discovered that a mattress speaks louder than words. Sexual assault is common on United States campuses, with a recent survey of undergraduate women published in the Journal of American College Health showing that 19 percent experienced...

Forty years of Title IX: a Guilford assessment

Robert Pacheco and Olivia Neal, Olivia Neal, and Robert Pacheco

September 20, 2013

Community, diversity, equality, excellence, integrity, justice and stewardship. These core values guide all aspects of the College. Forty years after the passage of Title IX, Guilford athletics strives especially to achieve equality in sports. Of the 18 teams that comprise the athletics department...

Title IX self-study examines gender equality in sports

Jordan Smith, Staff Writer

November 16, 2012

Is gender equality as prominent at Guilford as it seems? A study is looking further into the issue to see if change is necessary. In 1972, Title IX of the Educational Amendments called for complete gender equality in any educational program or activity. Athletics caused the most controversy with...

What dreams may come: a year in review

Victor Lopez, Staff Writers

April 20, 2012

Where, oh where, did the semester go? Is it already the end? Say it isn’t so. This year saw many major news events. As the academic year draws to a close, The Guilfordian has followed up on some of them to give you the latest developments in each.   Budget woes plague Guilford As budget woes hit ...