The Guilfordian

ECG student talks about transition in college

ECG student talks about transition in college

Madeline Edwards, Staff Writer

April 20, 2018


Filed under In Print, Opinion

I began my time as an Early College student in the ninth grade at 14-years-old in the white buildings with the green tops near the Frank Family Science Center. I spent two years in those buildings, taking many honors and Advanced Placement classes. Even with these classes and others telling me what the...

Off-campus housing policies tied to student enrollment

Tray Lynch, Staff Writer

April 25, 2014


Filed under Features

Skeptical is one of the main words that can be used to describe the feelings of Guilford College traditional students towards the off-campus housing policy. “I feel that Guilford’s off-campus policy is just another way for the College to control you,” said sophomore Emmanuel Williams. “Dictating...

Fears of student divide develop amid budget cuts

Victor Lopez, Staff Writer

March 16, 2012


Filed under News

No one wants to be the proverbial "red-headed stepchild," including those at the Center for Continuing Education, where there has been speculation regarding what the recent cuts in financial aid will mean for in-state students. Some say that CCE might be further distanced from the college due to recent...