The Guilfordian

WQFS debuts their Lost in Space series

Shivam Gandhi and Anna Snider

December 1, 2017

Filed under Features, In Print

Guilford College’s radio station, WQFS, has a new video series that lets you get lost in space with original music and stars on the walls. The series, entitled Lost in Space, is a student-run program that produces short videos of recorded performances by local artists in outer space settings. Lost...

Staff Editorial: Guilfordian introduces new social justice editor to help ensure integrity

Staff Editorial: Guilfordian introduces new social justice editor to help ensure integrity

November 10, 2017

Filed under Editorial Board, In Print, Opinion

The Guilfordian is an ever-developing student-run social justice newspaper. Our most recent development is the addition of Lesly Vasquez as the Social justice editor. As such, they will be monitoring our articles as a further measure to ensure that we provide content with integrity and awareness.  Though...

“Laila’s Wisdom” is Rapsody’s prime

Nate McManus, Staff Writer

October 27, 2017

Filed under In Print, Opinion

This year’s continued success of impactful and artistic rap albums appears to be nowhere close to slowing down with the 2017 release of “Laila’s Wisdom” from North Carolina’s own Marlanna Evans. Guilford staff and students may be familiar with Evans, better known by her stage name Rapsody,...

Letter to the Editor

September 29, 2017

Filed under In Print, Letter to the Editor, Opinion

As the previous ICC chair for Guilford’s Community Senate, I worked hand in hand with all 50 clubs that Guilford has to offer to the community. I took attendance at every Senate meeting and at every ICC meeting. I set high standards for the clubs to meet because I wanted to see the community grow and...

The life and death of rock icon Bowie

Rachel Henley

February 19, 2016

Filed under Features

Is the moonage daydream over? Has our star man returned to the sky? One of the most beloved and influential rock icons of the past century passed away on Jan. 10. David Bowie may have moved on from this world, but his influence will most certainly stand the test of time. During his career, Bowie wa...

Music and tabletops and golfing, oh my

A. J. Pasquale, Staff Writer

September 25, 2015

Filed under Features

Most people expect college students to be involved in something other than school. Whether it is clubs, sports or other types of extracurricular activities, most students become involved in order to be successful as well as have the full college experience. When Guilford students have free time, they...

WQFS is still marching to its own beat

Yahya Salih, Staff Writer

September 4, 2015

Filed under Features

Upstairs in Founders Hall lies WQFS, Guilford College’s very own radio station. Founded back in 1965, WQFS has turned into a nationally recognized radio station and either a highlight of the campus or a hidden gem, depending on who you ask. If you consider WQFS a highlight, you have probably tuned into 90...

Recognizing DJ Maddog’s 25th year at WQFS

Recognizing DJ Maddog’s 25th year at WQFS

Brianna Parker, Staff Writer

February 27, 2015

Filed under Features, Top Stories

It is 5:57 a.m. and Sherill Ward, better known to many as DJ Maddog, is queueing his first song of the day. “Where is Alabama Shakes?” asks Maddog, flipping through the station’s computer. Even though Maddog has done his show “Friday Night Rock Party” for 25 years, he likes to keep it fresh...

What quiet hours? Guilford’s music filled finals week

December 13, 2013

Filed under Features

Beginning Dec. 5, Guilford overflowed with music. Guilford's a capella group Friend Sings My Mind performed a concert on Dec. 5. Later that evening, the Blue Roots Experiment  performed an EP preview party at Cobb House. Dec. 6, the Guilford jazz combos and ensemble played their winter concert. Dec....