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Salary Inequity

Beatriz Caldez & Matthew Jones, Staff Writers
April 17, 2015

Guilford College is currently addressing a $2 million deficit for this year and the prospect of an additional $2 million deficit for 2015-16. 1,737 more words

Behind the Scenes: Wild Child at Serendipity 2015

For our second Behind the Scenes piece, we spent some time with Wild Child before Serendipity. Their soundcheck was followed by an energetic performance spanning both their albums to an enthusiastic crowd, erupting into cheers when they returned for the encore of “ 30 more words


Guilford Gains Five More Football Commitments

GREENSBORO, N.C. — Guilford College head football coach Chris Rusiewicz announced the intention of five more incoming students to play football for the Quakers Thursday. The announcement gives Guilford 16 new students who have paid their deposits Guilford and will enroll for classes in August. 347 more words


Banquet celebrates black excellence

Annie Fullwood, Staff Writer
April 3, 2015

“All black lives matter because excellence manifests itself within individuals whether or not we agree on it,” said student speaker junior Teresa Bedzigui at the Journeys in Blackness event. 1,654 more words

Racial Justice

Staff Editorial: Budget committee needs transparency

Editorial Board
March 27, 2015

As President Jane Fernandes expressed during the community meeting with students and board of trustees members, Guilford’s budget crisis may seem sudden to us, but it has been building for many years. 263 more words

Campus Action

eIntern Attending the Guilford College Career Fair on April 1

eIntern will be at the Guilford College Career Fair in Greensboro, NC. There are several area colleges whose students will be in attendance, and we are planning on making offers to students before they leave the building.

Career Fairs

Which exciting lives do liberal arts grads have?

Somebody called me on it. “Exactly what are those exciting lives that Guilford College graduates leading?” she asked.

Off the top of my head, my first thought was to say that Guilford alumni are professional basketball players, investment bankers, members of Congress, presidents of colleges, professional golfers, field biologists, all kinds of coaches at all levels of competition, leaders of the Naval Criminal Investigative Service (NCIS), authors of best selling books (and also ones that don’t sell so well), religious leaders and leaders of religious schools, C-level business leaders, bankers, IT professionals, Internet entrepreneurs, geologists, philanthropists, astronomers – and teachers, preachers, doctors, lawyers, farmers, artists, scholars, accountants, fire chiefs, organizational design and leadership consultants, rug merchants, forensic scientists and real estate developers. 102 more words