Student Features

The Journalist As Witness

By the end of “The Journalist As Witness: Politics, Protests & Displaced Peoples,” a multimedia journalism conference held at Guilford College, I had been mentored by a Pulitzer Prize finalist,…

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Serendipity 2018 [Video]

It was colorful. It was joyous. It was musical, funny, hypnotizing, stepping, lakeside and campuswide. It was a LITUATION!

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Next Level Networking

The Opportunities Fair on April 4 in Hege Library was a lively gathering of students, alumni and community partners teaming together to expand professional and vocational options and to build the…

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Myths About Liberal Arts Degrees

  We’ve all heard the claims. Go to a liberal arts school and you’ll spend four years majoring in a humanities, art or social science discipline and then end up right back at home after…

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My Top 5 Reasons to Study Abroad

Greetings from Chile! My name is Katie Claggett and I’m in my third year at Guilford College. My major is Sociology and Anthropology and my minor is English. When I’m on campus, I spend my time as a…

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