With The Collegian, I had the great opportunity to catch up with one of Fowler Dining Hall’s most […]
Before classes began at Greensboro College in August 2017, the city of Greensboro celebrated an expansion of the […]
On September 19, a magnitude 7.1 earthquake struck Mexico City, killing more than 230 people. This was not the only earthquake to have hit the city. In 1985, an earthquake hit Mexico City with a magnitude of 8.1 that killed at least 10,000 people.
Gerardo Peraza, junior mid fielder, right. Courtesy greensborocollegesports.com By Scotty McGuire It is always great news hearing that […]
Source: The George Center for Honors Studies By Joshua Fitzgerald Did you know that Honors students used to […]
by Jahleen LeBeau Every year the Greensboro College Royce Reynolds Family Student Life Center extends a warm welcome […]
On Friday, Sept. 22, Ms. Cathyrn Bennett, the Director of International Programs at Greensboro College, presented the first Tannenbaum-Sternberger Foundation Colloquium of the 2017-18 school year to the students, faculty and staff of Greensboro College and others from the Greensboro community.
The school year may be young, but that has not stopped the Greensboro College Theatre Department from hitting the ground running.
We Americans have been fighting a Second Civil War for two years. The war has ruined friendships; it has caused numerous injuries and deaths through riots and protests; it has made democracy look idiotic.
The Fall 2016 Student Showcase is coming up this Thursday, with numerous presentations taking place across campus throughout […]