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At Guilford College, students and their education are at the heart of our work.
It’s often said that politicians love to talk about themselves, but that’s not the case with retired U.S. Rep. Howard Coble ’53.
Guilford College welcomes C. Wess Daniels.
Guilford welcomes Todd Clark, who began work in late January.
The 2015 Bruce B. Stewart Awards for Teaching Excellence and Community Service.
"The world needs Guilford graduates now more than ever."
The series connects students and the wider community with distinguished speakers five times each year.
Since Juliet couldn't make it to Commencement, Commencement came to Juliet.
Experiential learning is infused throughout Guilford's curriculum.
Living and learning in the Italian Alps.
College's first day of giving proves a resounding success!
Celebrating black student excellence and honoring the trailblazers who paved the way.
The guidance and support of English faculty members at Guilford have been critical to her continued development as a writer, says Nicole.
"She is an excellent example of a student transferring her Guilford education into social action - community-minded and a tireless advocate for those in need."
“The golf center is a lasting tribute to one who impacted so many in a profound way."
“This gift will help students and emphasize the importance of writing and critical thinking."
"We hope the endowment provides faculty opportunities to indulge their creativity and vision.”
The Guilfordian passed a big milestone in the fall: The College’s student-run newspaper published its first edition on Oct. 14, 1914.
The Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting has brought veteran journalists to campus and provided opportunities for students to hone their reporting abroad.
“I think Guilford students are grounded, and the College has prepared us to deal with reality and not just ideas.”
Guilford graduates only improve with age, like a fine wine.