Jumpsuit Project Visits Guilford

Artist and activist, Sherrill Roland, takes a walk on Guilford’s campus by Erin Kye As a graduate student at University of North Carolina Greensboro (UNCG) in 2013, Roland was wrongfully accused by the Washington, DC judicial system of a crime he did not commit. He served nearly a year in prison before he was released and eventually exonerated. After this experience, he created the Jumpsuit Project to share his story and to educate people on the truth of incarceration inRead more

Conversation Through Art

Artist Michaela Pilar Brown Visits Guilford by Annie Lattimore The artist, Michaela Pilar Brown’s project “Burying Seeds” is full of personal pieces based on the body and her idea of home. During her talk in the Guilford College Art Gallery on Thursday night, she spoke about identity, history, and race. Brown also spoke on her life and the state of our country during President Trump’s travel ban. After taking some time off of her art to become a caregiver andRead more


Thinking of going to a protest in the near future? Need rally fliers,  stickers, patches, postcards, and signs? Drop by the print shop of Hege Cox (second floor middle room) this Friday between 1-4:30 pm to make your own! In conjunction with the All Black Everything symposium, and in partnership with MED and the English and Creative Writing Department, Free Press is an open house event for students, alumni,  faculty, and staff to come together as a community and voice their frustrationsRead more