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Mindful governance for boards of directors, trustees

The Mindful Board: Mastering the Art of Conscious Governance by Charlotte Roberts & Martha Summerville is just out.

It will take anyone involved in making decisions for a group or a system onto… 34 more words

Alum advocates for change

Maksym Kosachevskyy

News Editor

“Guilford has achieved quite a lot in the two and a half years I’ve been here,” wrote journalist and disability rights activist Bryan Dooley ’13 in a 2012 article in The Guilfordian. 699 more words

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On Music, Photography, and Blogs

This was the personal statement I wrote for a film school application. However, I ended up changing my approach and submitting something else. This is my original letter. 964 more words


Guilford College builds farm house with fallen trees from campus

GREENSBORO, N.C. — The Guilford College farm grows produce for the college and the nearby community. And when you add chickens to the property, you’ve got a lot to look after. 263 more words


ODI will create community conversations, more inclusivity

Ian Penny

World and Nation Editor

To live up to its mission, Guilford College needs an Office of Diversity and Inclusion.

For some members of the Guilford community, I’m sure it doesn’t feel awfully long ago that former President Kent Chabotar announced the Administrative and Program Services Assessment initiative. 620 more words

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Student groups speaks against our investment

Nicole Zelniker

Editor in Chief

From Greensboro to Palestine, Guilford College has money invested in all types of companies. For student and alumni groups Integrity for Guilford and Guilfordians for Justice, it is important to know how ethical these investments are. 620 more words

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When Say Yes says no

Naari Honor, Web Editor

September 30, 2016

The sun provided a natural spotlight for the plethora of local news crews that surrounded Voces de Guilford Dreamers, a group of undocumented Guilford County high school students and recent graduates carrying homemade signs sporting colors generally reserved to symbolism the patriotism of the United States. 911 more words

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