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The Game-Winning Play

When Rachel Lippert ’20 had the opportunity to move to North Carolina in 2017, she had two choices. She could find a new career using her current knowledge and work experience, or she could go back…


A Hunger for Progress

Her passion for dismantling oppressive systems led Jacquelyn Sullivan ’20 to Guilford College and to her dream career as an advocate in Washington, D.C.


Practicing Positivity

Exercise and Sport Sciences and Health Sciences double major Meredith Dunzweiler ’13 has always had a passion for helping people. With this passion and her unwavering drive, Meredith has journeyed…


Senior Art Thesis '20 [VIDEO]

Selected for the rigorous honors Art Thesis program, six students spent the last year planning, creating, and adapting their work for their final exhibition, SHIFT. Aptly named, not just for the…


Turning the Page

As a transfer student living off campus, it may seem hard to find a sense of belonging, but Guilford’s tight-knit community and supportive faculty allowed McKinley Keener ’20 to feel right at home.


Advocating Through Art

Assistant Professor of Art Antoine Williams recently auctioned his mixed-media work on Instagram in support of racial justice and the Black Lives Matter movement.


Putting Peace to Practice

Guilford’s Peace and Conflict Studies major examines the nature of conflict and violence, possibilities of social change, and means for nonviolent resolution. It was a perfect fit for Kentaro…