Student Media

Guilford students produce several independent publications, both in print and online. They do all the writing, editing, layout, photography, and design themselves which provides a hands-on introduction to the world of publishing and offers insight into topics ranging from politics to art.

The Greenleaf Review is Guilford’s art and literary magazine. Published by students, the magazine accepts student- and faculty-written poetry, short stories, screenplays, artwork, and photography. Published annually, the Greenleaf Review exists to encourage creative literary and artistic expression. Submissions are welcomed at litmag@guilford.edu.

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The Guilfordian  is the award-winning independent student newspaper of Guilford College and provides a lively, high quality, reliable and informative vehicle for the exchange of information, ideas, and issues. Following the journalistic standards of providing accurate, comprehensive, timely and understandable information, each edition covers local and global events. Published weekly, The Guilfordian began in 1914 and continues to provide students valuable hands-on experience in writing, reporting, editing, photography, visual design, layout, business management, sales, and advertising while earning academic credit.

WQFS-FM (90.9)  is Guilford’s non-commercial, alternative community radio station that has been broadcasting daily since 1970. Operated by students and community volunteers, WQFS provides Greensboro with refreshing programming including a huge range of musical genres, with a focus on independent music labels. In addition to music, WQFS provides news, lectures and other culturally-rich programming. The Princeton Review continuously ranks WQFS among the country’s Best College Radio Stations.