Student Features

Majorly Unexpected

Softball player, Admission tour guide and football videographer Julie Gough ’20, like many college students, came to Guilford unsure of her major. 

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All the Right Pieces

Miracle Walters ’20 is putting the pieces together for a future in engineering as a Math major, Physics minor and puzzle aficionado.

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Jumping Into New Adventures

Hi, my name is Mara Stewart. I am a senior at Guilford College and I’m a double majoring in Health Sciences and Sociology & Anthropology.   

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Project Tax Prep

Each Saturday during tax season you can find volunteers — including Guilford Accounting students — running the Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) clinic in Bauman Hall. 

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From Merit Scholarships to Madagascar

It’s hard to find the time — or the wifi — to conduct a transoceanic interview when you’re busy studying everything from the French and Malagasy languages to lemurs and natural resource management…

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Wild Raspberry Pi

You may be wondering what baked goods and computers have in common — aside from those crumbs in your keyboard. A Raspberry Pi isn’t a snack, it’s a tiny, affordable yet high-powered computer. They’re…

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You’re On Campus — Now Find This Art!

The first time you come to campus you’re going to be distracted by the sheer amount of beautiful trees. We aren’t talking about your first visit today. This list is for once that awestruck feeling…

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So Fresh and So Green (Tea)

Biology and Health Sciences double major Dana Waskiewicz ’18 left the dairy farm (and its award-winning ice cream) in rural Maryland for green tea and greener soccer fields at Guilford College.

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Early Adopter

Psychology and German Studies double major Finn Shepherd ’21 is technically a first-year student, but as overachieving is kind of his thing, he very well may graduate in 2019. 

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