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Student Media


Let Your Voice Be Heard

If you have an interest in communications and multimedia, you can engage in a variety of platforms to gain practical and meaningful experience. Whether you love writing, speaking, designing or producing, there’s a place for you to express your creativity. Connect with great people as you build an impressive, resume-building portfolio.


WQFS Radio Station


WQFS (90.9 FM) 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 Guilfordian


The Guilfordian is the award-winning, independent, weekly student newspaper of Guilford College. Each edition covers local and global events through various sections including features, opinion, sports, social justice and community. Joining the staff is a great way to gain valuable hands-on experience in writing, reporting, editing, photography, visual design, layout, business management, sales and advertising while earning academic credit. To get involved, please inquire via email at guilfordian@guilford.edu.


The Greenleaf Review


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


11th

Best college radio station in the country according to the Princeton Review

1914

Year the Guilfordian published its first edition

#1

Most Outstanding College Newspaper of 2015-16 according to the American Scholastic Press Association

1970

Year WFQS 90.9 began broadcasting