Mr. James: Master Chef of Greensboro College

With The Collegian, I had the great opportunity to catch up with one of Fowler Dining Hall’s most notable chefs, Mr. James. I was able to receive some insight into Mr. James’s inspiration to become a chef and a little background information on how everything began. I commenced the conversation by asking M. James what inspired him to choose a profession in the culinary arts … Continue reading Mr. James: Master Chef of Greensboro College

The Most Diverse Race

For many years there have been issues regarding racism and racial inequality. The separation of races is seen all the time. Even in the school system, school officials make it an obligation to put the percentages of each different race. For Greensboro College, over half of the student population is Caucasian (52%), followed by African American(33%), Hispanic(2.7%), Asian (0.8%), and American Indian ( 0.3%) according … Continue reading The Most Diverse Race

Philadelphia Eagles win the LII Superbowl

The Philadelphia Eagles versus the New England Patriots was a hot-trending game filled with intense moments. The Eagles won 16 of their 19 games prior to the Superbowl while the Patriots won 15 of 19 games, the final score was 41 to 33. This game was held in U.S. Bank Stadium in Minneapolis, Minnesota where the weather included low temperatures of 8 degrees and a … Continue reading Philadelphia Eagles win the LII Superbowl

New Faces for Baseball Coaching Staff

The Greensboro College baseball team is looking to kick off the 2018 season on a high note with the help of some new additions to the coaching staff. Avery Booker, who joined the team in the fall, has taken over as hitting coach for the team after the former coach, Chris Fenisey, left to take a position at High Point University. Avery was the pitching … Continue reading New Faces for Baseball Coaching Staff

Lime Bikes Take Over Greensboro

Before classes began at Greensboro College in August 2017, the city of Greensboro celebrated an expansion of the Lime Bike program which allows people to rent and share three-speed colorful green bikes throughout Greensboro. Lime Bike put 800 new bikes in Greensboro in August and, since then, you can find these bikes all over the city and all over campus. The bike share program works … Continue reading Lime Bikes Take Over Greensboro

National Book Festival Coming to Town

From Friday, May 18, to Sunday, May 20, Greensboro will host a national book event called Greensboro Bound: A Literary Festival. The three-day festival will be the culminating event of the year-long initiative, Greensboro Bound, which has included discussions and book signings by local and national authors. The organizers of the festival intend to make it an annual event. The festival will include speeches, workshops, panel discussions, … Continue reading National Book Festival Coming to Town

Nightlife in Downtown Greensboro

The bright yellow lights stating “The Zone”  lights up the whole sidewalk. The small brick building seems to always catch my attention riding through Downtown Greensboro. ‘The Zone Sports bar and Grill’ located on 221 South Elm St in Downtown Greensboro just two to three blocks away from Greensboro College The Zone is full-service sports bar; it offers a variety of food such as wings, … Continue reading Nightlife in Downtown Greensboro

A Look Into Spring Sports

With the new year comes a new season of Greensboro College sports. Teams featured in the upcoming spring season of athletics include baseball, softball, men’s and women’s lacrosse, men’s golf and men’s and women’s tennis. Basketball, swimming, and wrestling teams finish up the latter halves of their seasons in the spring as well. The baseball and softball teams both kick-off their seasons on February 9, … Continue reading A Look Into Spring Sports

Online Learning at Greensboro College: An Interview With Dr. Kathleen Keating

Greensboro College offers a variety of online classes including degree-completion programs for online-only students and online classes for traditional undergraduates. Similar online classes are becoming more prevalent at many high schools, colleges, and universities across the country. Online classes at Greensboro College are completed in eight or 10 weeks, which is about half the length of traditional face-to-face classes. Online classes are popular among Greensboro … Continue reading Online Learning at Greensboro College: An Interview With Dr. Kathleen Keating