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South for the Winter (Spring and Fall)

Massachusetts native Michael Fernald ’20 found his ideal, small liberal arts school in the South. It’s preparing him for a fast-paced career in some of the most innovative fields in the market —…


Fighting for Freedom in GSO

“‘This too shall pass’ is my favorite quote because it’s something I know will always ring true,” says Southern Maryland native Judia “JuJu” Holton ’18.  


Taking a Flight — and a Stand

Hector Rivera Suarez ’18 has delivered speeches before as the Student Body President of Guilford College. None, surely, were in the context of higher stakes than his most recent. …


Every Campus a Refuge

Every Campus a Refuge was founded in 2015 as a response to Pope Francis' call on every parish to host one refugee family. We are a non-profit program that provides best practices on how colleges and…


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…


Top Moments of 2017

Happy New Year! As we look forward to what 2018 will bring, let's take a look at some of the highlights of 2017.


Hidden Gems in Greensboro

Greensboro is a large city with a multitude of shops and restaurants, making it easy to miss some of the best spots in town. Don’t worry — we’ve got you covered! Here are four of Greensboro’s…


Studying in Siena

When I decided to study abroad, I had a few goals. These related to creativity, academics and personal growth. Specifically: