By Jhanna Vasser '19
Durham native Rebecca Shenhouse ’22 chose Guilford because she wanted a college that mirrored her commitment to service, and she liked the sense of community she felt when she visited campus.
“I found out he was attending Guilford at the same time his parents did, on senior night for baseball season.”
Ben Diamond ’20 (above, left) laughs, remembering the last-minute…
Austin Bryla ’19 will graduate in May ready to take what he’s learned as a student at Guilford into the Peace Corps as a volunteer in Namibia.
Silver Spring, Md., native and Track and Cross-country athlete Ananya Bernardo ’22 knows a lot about Greensboro for someone who’s lived here less than a year.
It’s a new year — the perfect time to look back at the College’s top moments of the past year. In case you missed them, take a few minutes now to scroll through the top 10 articles on guilford.edu in…
When Chris Ngabo ’22 watched films featuring astronauts landing on the moon or traveling to faraway planets he was inspired. Not because he wanted to fly — because he knew his aptitude for math,…
English major Mei Fujie ’18 of Tokyo, Japan, participated in Guilford’s exchange program, immersing herself in the College’s community.
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