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Tess McEnery ’06 has always been well ahead of the curve. Completing high school at Guilford’s Early College at age 17, she needed just two more years to receive her political science degree from Guilford.
Guilford awarded degrees to the 400 members of the Class of 2016 at Commencement on May 14. The Rev. Dr. William J. Barber II and Douglas M. Gilmer received honorary degrees.
Carl Simon ’07 is doing his part to rally people, restoring community in healthy and green ways.
Kristi Matthews '06 is committed to making communities more inclusive. It’s what she did at Guilford, and it’s what she’s doing in Washington.
International trade attorney Sukhan Kim ’77 is far from just another barrister.
Student leaders Teresa Bedzigui ’16 and Brandee Craig ’17, planned and hosted a watershed series of events in October celebrating Black Lives Matter.
Every Campus A Refuge is a truly unique initiative, and Guilford is happy to be the first of many other campuses to embark on this very necessary “radical hospitality.”
The 2016-17 schedule has been announced and subscriptions are on sale now.
The Guilford Farm is recognized for sustainability, Guilford and Elon Law create accelerated path to law degree and The Early College at Guilford is ranked #1 in N.C.
Guilford inaugurated Jane Fernandes as its ninth president Aug. 26 in Dana Auditorium.
Laura Hall '16 is equally impressive on the softball field or in the classroom, but it's her dedication to the community beyond the borders of Guilford that truly sets her apart.
Guilford recently launched a new major in cyber and network security.
Guilfordians celebrate Homecoming with friends, family and fellowship.
Thanks to a group of devoted alumnae, Mary Hobbs Hall is restored to its former glory.
“It’s exciting to know that when I graduate that I will be a part of a community of black alums that are invested in the future and sustainability of Guilford.”
Thank you to the alumni, trustees, students, parents, faculty, staff and students who gave!
Seth C. Macon ’40, one of Guilford’s most dedicated alumni and ardent supporters, rose from humble beginnings on a farm in rural Randolph County to a position of leadership with the College and in the Greensboro community.
Guilford has received a gift of $330,000 for Friends Center from the estate of long-time Greensboro residents and College supporters Marian Kirkman Murchison ’45 and her husband, Victor.
The Alumni Association honored seven distinguished individuals and a group during a Saturday morning Homecoming ceremony in the Moon Room of Dana Auditorium.
Douglas M. Gilmer is honored for his transformative mentorship and service to Guilford.
"How could a veteran congressman afford to spend time chatting with an intern? Surely he had more pressing matters to attend to. I didn’t yet realize that he’d been in Congress longer than I’d been alive for exactly that reason, because of his genuine interest in others."
Sixty current and former faculty members with 1,913 years of service to Guilford have been honored with the new Exemplary Educator Award.
The College raised $9.1 million for student scholarships, faculty support, academic and co-curricular programs, and capital projects during its Vision for Excellence campaign that concluded in February.
Guilford’s biennial physics reunion drew about 90 alumni and friends to campus for alumni and student presentations and a luncheon honoring retired math professor Elwood Parker ’64.
“She is an inspiring leader who embodies Guilford’s values and is enlivening our vision. At the same time, she is a no-nonsense manager who does not shrink from hard realities.”
President Jane, distinguished faculty, fellow Guilfordians and friends, I am humbled that you invited me here for my 100th birthday. Thank you, Guilford.
The Class of 1966 returned to campus April 22-23 for its 50th Reunion and induction into the Golden Circle.