The Guilfordian

Online learning falls short, encourages disconnection

Rafael Alfaro, Staff Writer October 8, 2021

Online schooling has potential—or does it? During the COVID-19 pandemic, most schools opted to convert to a completely virtual setting. This included utilizing tools like Zoom, Google Meet, Google Classroom...

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Zoom University: Who are my classmates?

Lillian Cadwallader, Staff Writer March 25, 2021

This school year has undoubtedly been difficult for everyone, especially first-year students ready to meet new people and make friends. Despite the ability to live on campus, learning online via Zoom has...

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The Greenleaf hosts open-mic night

Corby Brooke, Staff Writer March 18, 2021

On March 10, 2021, The Greenleaf Review, most notably known as Guilford College’s student-produced literary magazine, hosted an open-mic night for all students of the College to partake in. The event...

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The 2021 Golden Globes on Zoom

Nastia Webber, Staff Writer March 11, 2021

Watching the Golden Globes from my living room this year was different from other years. As I was transported from screen to screen, I felt like I was on Zoom with all of the nominees. Yes, it was a lot...

The new ‘Zoomester’

Erica James, Staff Writer October 1, 2020

You may have dreamt about your first day of college, your first day of classes and your first time away from home. As you imagined these milestones, you probably didn’t see yourself doing them at...

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