Alumni News

In the Zone — the Olympic Zone!

It’s going to be a busy month for Jess O’Neill ’97. He’s a world away from home and working long hours covering the 2018 Winter Olympics in PyeongChang, South Korea.


Man in the Mirror

Greg Loughlin ’93 fostered a sense of camaraderie and teamwork on the rugby pitch at Guilford. Now, he’s found a similar fellowship in his work at Men Stopping Violence in Atlanta.


Healing Connections

Sidra Dillard ’15 is well on the way to becoming a counselor for queer and trans clients, working as a graduate assistant at the University of Wisconsin-Madison’s Mental Health Services and with the…


February 13, 2018

Recital and Reception for Every Campus A Refuge

Enjoy beautiful choral selections by Triad Tapestry Children's Chorus and musical/operatic selections by Sarah Love Taylor, mezzo soprano, and Radha Upton, pianist. The recital will be followed by…


Art Smart

Matthew P. Shelton ’04 has crafted a career in the arts that allows him to approach creativity from many angles, which he says is especially rewarding.   


November 2, 2017

Annual Juried Student Art Exhibit Opening

This exhibit showcases pieces created in the last year by the emerging artists honing their skills at Guilford. Painting, ceramics, sculpture, printmaking, drawing, photography, performance art …


September 28, 2017

Anna Lena Phillips Bell Poetry Reading

Anna Lena Phillips Bell '00 will be presenting a poetry reading based on her new book of poems, Ornament. Her book, published by the University of North Texas Press, won the 2016 Vassar Miller Prize…


Ryan Best '03 - Real Guilfordian of Atlanta

Ryan Best ’03, a Physics major, shares how Guilford prepared him for a career in the medical field by providing the technical skills and emotional empathy needed to care for his patients.