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Robert "Bob" Kauffman '68, one of the most decorated athletes in Guilford College history, died Monday in suburban Atlanta. The former NBA player, coach and executive was 69 years old.
The prestigious Eastern Music Festival includes a guitar program for the first time in decades. For Kami Rowan, an associate professor of music, it’s a dream come true.
Guilford’s men’s basketball team will face off against UNC Chapel Hill in an exhibition game at the Dean E. Smith Center Friday, Nov. 6. Game time and other details are to be determined.
Save Wednesday, Aug. 26, 2015, for a Celebration of Guilford College and the Inauguration of Jane K. Fernandes as our ninth president. A steering committee is planning events that will begin with an inauguration program at 1:30 p.m. that day in Dana Auditorium on campus.
Alumni have a vital role in continuing the legacy of Guilford College. If you are committed to the same caliber of a liberal arts education steeped in the Quaker heritage that shaped your life, the task to support enrollment is straightforward, not to mention fun, inexpensive and easy! The return is immeasurable and is our unique opportunity to give back. It is really the way to protect the value of our Guilford College education.
Guilford’s football team is ranked 13th in the Lindy’s Sports 2015 NCAA Division III Top 25 Poll. The publication also named wide receiver Adam Smith ’16 to its All-Division III Second Team.
Fiske Guide to Colleges 2016 has named Guilford College to its list of 48 “best buy” colleges and universities.
“I will be eternally grateful for all of my experiences there,” the alumnus wrote in his Huffington Post column, “What the Liberal Arts Did for Me.”
Roger Degerman, a higher education communications and marketing leader with more than 17 years of experience in a private college setting, will become Guilford’s first vice president of marketing beginning Sept. 1, President Jane K. Fernandes announced.