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A range of people from within the Guilford community came together to make Homecoming possible, but ultimately the success of the weekend was determined by the energies and enthusiasm that alumni brought to campus, and to all the connections that were rekindled through social media. It was exciting!
Scores of alumnae returned to campus Friday, Oct. 2, for a ribbon-cutting and open house to celebrate the newly renovated Mary Hobbs, the College’s oldest residence hall.
Guilford students are fast-approaching fall break, and fall varsity athletic teams — volleyball, women’s and men’s soccer, golf, and football — are well into their seasons. Some 450 students will participate in varsity athletics at Guilford College this year.
Brooke Austin of Summerfield, the newest member of the Guilford women's lacrosse team, was introduced Wednesday in a Founders Hall signing ceremony.
The Guilford College Farm serves as a learning laboratory and grows more than 10,000 pounds of produce each year.
Today Guilford’s grounds can attest to a new living history that fosters the coming together of generations old and new in celebration and in love while remaining reverent of the struggles of those who came before. Nowhere was this better displayed than during Guilford’s Homecoming and Family Weekend September 18-20