The Guilfordian

Free Press event focuses on Guilford LOVE

Sydney Procos, Staff Writer

February 16, 2018


Filed under Features, In Print

Love was in the air on Feb. 9, the Friday before Valentine’s Day, as students gathered in Hege-Cox. Pink, red, purple and yellow paints lined the tables, along with stamps carved with messages like, “You make me smile,” all waiting to transform blank pieces of paper. “When we were planning...

Two students share insight

Two students share insight

Praveena Somasundaram, Features Editor

November 10, 2017


Filed under Features, In Print

17-year-olds Nour Shaker and Kaskile Rashidi first set foot in the United States in November of 2016. “When I come to America, I didn’t know any word in English,” said Rashidi. “So when I came here, I was surprised, and I was scared.” To overcome the language barrier in the U.S., Rashidi,...

Where is the activism at our activist school?

Where is the activism at our activist school?

Nicole Zelniker, Managing Editor

April 15, 2016


Filed under Opinion, Top Stories

In 2013, members of the Guilford College community organized the year of consent to bring awareness to sexual assault on campus. The year after that, 50 Guilfordians joined the People’s Climate March in New York City to demand government action on climate change. Last semester, students brought...

Students seek to divest from troublesome investments

Rebecca Dou, Staff Writer

April 25, 2014


Filed under News

Anyone can talk about the values they support, but how many people can say they put their money where their values are? Not many, and that is why four Guilford College students — junior Julia Draper, senior Tom Clement and sophomores Lillian Collins and Marek Wojtala — spent the January term analyzing...