The President's Blog

What #metoo Compels Us to Do

There is no end to disturbing revelations about sexual assault and harassment at the hands of influential men. What has simmered unchecked as a too-often hidden or trivialized societal malady for…

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Moore Book Lessons

Seemingly every week we are confronted with increasingly painful illustrations of the violent hatred, systemic racism and oppression that persist in America. Just check your morning news feeds…

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We Must Respond With Love

This week’s Unity March at Guilford College represents just one small step on what remains a long, difficult journey to create greater equality, justice, peace and togetherness in America. Our…

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EMF at Guilford: Flying High at 56!

Read more from Jane's Friendly View and subscribe to receive email notifications about new posts. When I was a young girl, every day when I came home from school, my mother asked, “Jane,…

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Going Places

As we prepare to put the exclamation point on another eventful academic year with a jubilant Commencement celebration, I am so proud of the distinguished Guilford graduates representing the Class of…

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Presenting Our Best

As President, I am privileged to have many meaningful opportunities to share the Guilford story around the country. Whether participating in White House sponsored events or speaking at national…

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Springing to Action

Spring break is typically a time for rest and recreation, reflection and renewal. For some of our students, it’s also a time for learning how to serve and lead in our communities. Our first-year…

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Power in Proximity

Many of you are familiar with the powerful story of Bryan Stevenson and all he has achieved as a groundbreaking champion for justice. Relentlessly challenging bias and inequalities in the criminal…

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Moving from Safe to Brave

When I was a young girl, my mother sent me to the corner drugstore to see if I could make a purchase without anyone knowing I couldn’t hear. You see, my mom believed that being able to pass as…

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