Studying in Siena

When I decided to study abroad, I had a few goals. These related to creativity, academics and personal growth. Specifically:


A Mission to Help

Mara Stewart ’18 recently interviewed for the Peace Corps, hoping to travel to Botswana to work in HIV and AIDS outreach and support services. She’s not waiting until after graduation, however, to…


Keeping It Civil

William (Bill) McGowan ’17 spent his summer learning that, contrary to popular belief, lawyers and law firms don’t always mean discord. 


Faces of Guilford

At this time of year, we are especially grateful for our amazing Guilford College community of students, faculty, staff, alumni and friends. Thank you for the countless ways in which you contribute…


Sports Spectacular [Gallery]

Students, staff and faculty gathered on the Quad for the third of three community events this semester — the Sports Spectacular. (Check out photos from the previous two events: Arts on the Quad…


Learning by Doing

Community and Justice Studies Professor Sherry Giles is not only connecting Guilford students with each other, her innovative classes are bridging gaps between students at colleges across the Triad…


Social Movements, Mint Tea and Morocco

Hello friends! 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! Besides my studies, I spend my time on campus…