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  • Guilford Holds 5th Annual All Black Everything Symposium

    Posted February 13, 2017

    In celebration of Black History Month, the Guilford College community was excited to gather on campus for the 5th Annual All Black Everything Symposium.

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  • Write for the Job

    Posted February 8, 2017
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  • Student’s Art Pays Tribute to Professor Jeff Jeske

    Posted February 8, 2017

    Chris Perez ’18, cartoonist for The Guilfordian, says English Professor Jeff Jeske, who died January 23 after a battle with cancer, was an inspiration to him.

    In the wake of Jeff’s passing, Chris was moved to create a portrait to pay tribute to Jeff.

    Jeff Jeske left a lasting legacy through positively influencing the lives of hundreds of students. Many of them are now reaching out, eager to celebrate the memories and honor the contributions of their beloved faculty and friend in a meaningful manner.

    In that light, a fund for the Jeff Jeske Memorial Scholarship in English and Journalism has been established to which alumni and friends can make a contribution. Make a gift online, specifying this fund in the “Other” category of the Designation section. Or, you may mail a check payable to Guilford College to Office of Advancement, Guilford College, 5800 W. Friendly Ave., Greensboro, NC 27140.

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  • Help the Alumni Association Recognize Exceptional Guilfordians!

    Posted February 8, 2017

    The Guilford College Alumni Association invites nominations for its annual Alumni Awards. The alumni awards are a longstanding tradition and a way for the alumni community to honor Guilfordians for exceptional personal and professional achievements. Ensure that your fellow alumni are recognized for the good work they are doing! Nominations are accepted up until May 15.

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  • Living the Dream

    Posted February 7, 2017

    Kevin Tiller ’14 has lived two Cinderella stories in Orlando — but only one of them happened at Disney World.

    A business management major with a communication minor, Kevin wanted to be the first Guilford College student to work at Disney. His dream came true via an internship at the park in the summer of 2012.

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  • Seeing What Matters

    Posted February 7, 2017

    Pursuing a doctorate in optometry at Ohio State University, Taylor Whitley ’14 is focused on a future that involves something much deeper than providing prescriptions for glasses and contact lenses. Her vision is to change lives.

    Taylor is already doing just that. Her recent mission trip to Jamaica offered eye-opening experiences revealing the great good she can do.

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  • Guilford College to Offer Master’s Degree in Criminal Justice

    Posted February 7, 2017

    Guilford College is excited to announce a new master’s in criminal justice for fall 2017.

    As the only criminal justice graduate program in the Triad, it will offer a curriculum that is theoretically grounded, empirically rigorous, policy oriented and based on Guilford’s seven core values, especially justice and integrity.

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  • President Jane Fernandes at the College Board Colloquium with moderator Jim Montoya, University of Houston System Chancellor (and UH President) Renu Khator and Grinnell College President Raynard Kington

    Moving from Safe to Brave

    Posted February 7, 2017

    President Jane Fernades reflects on the concept of 'safe spaces' in the latest edition of Jane's Friendly View - The President's blog. "When I was a young girl, my mother sent me to the corner drugstore to see if I could make a purchase without anyone knowing I couldn’t hear. You see, my mom believed that being able to pass as hearing would keep me safe."

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  • Caleb Kimbrough '08

    Call Him Coach

    Posted February 1, 2017

    Call Him Coach

    Caleb Kimbrough ’08 majored in exercise and sports science, but he’s no stranger to philosophy.

    As a point guard for Guilford College’s men’s basketball team turned head coach at Huntingdon College, Caleb’s coaching philosophy is heavily inspired by his time as a student-athlete and as an assistant coach at Guilford.

    “We stress the development of a student-athlete as a whole, the importance of togetherness and family, and lastly to ‘embrace the process,’” Caleb explains. “At Guilford we’re taught the meaning of hard work, sacrifice, the team before yourself.”

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  • Neil deGrasse Tyson Makes Plea for Science Literacy in Bryan Series Talk

    Posted February 1, 2017

    If renowned astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson plays his cards right, he may someday join Ben Franklin as one of the only scientists on U.S. currency.

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