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. To get involved with the station, please email the general manager Eli Phillips.

Staff

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

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