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Combinations of individuality is what forms a
school personality. Just as students like Lois Wright,
Georgia Kreuter, and Kyu-young Sung together make up
the school symbol, so are they also representative of how
it is people that create the college and helped make the
difference in 1985.




Guilford College

5800 West Friendly Avenue
Greensboro North Carolina

27410



Quaker 1985



Fall
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Once again the athletes of each sport
strove to make the difference on and off
the playing arena. Here two lacrosse play-
ers face^off in an early spring match.



Enjoying the warm November weath-
er, John Goodwin strolls rapidly down
the slate walkway towards Founders
Hall- The campus remained in bloom un-
til a late winter sent some students in-
doors for warmth and others outdoors for
some massive snowball fights in late Jan-
uary.

Perhaps it was the determined and
strong spirited play, not to mention out-
rageous haircuts, of players such as offen-
sive linebacker Craig Wise that propelled
the football team to a 7-3 record. Easily
the best record in the time Coach Forbes
has been at Guilford, and probably the
victory over Elon being the best single
win in remembered Guilford history.




Making The Difference




When glancing back upon
the 1985 school year, people
making the difference be-
comes the most apparent
characteristic. Throughout
the year, the atmosphere
stemming from the campus
covered all highs and lows
yet maintained certain quali-



As usual the squirrels were out in large
numbers this year. Adding to the atmo-
sphere of the campus and at times stop-
ping to examine the peculiar looking
creatures on their way to classes.




ties which magnified its dif-
ference. As one views these
pages, recall the difference in
this year's sports, especially
our football team, the new
cafeteria, new student, facul-
ty, and administrative faces,
the way in which old friends
appeared in new classes, how
two creative students could
renovate a dull dorm room
into a place of warmth and
comfort, how Serendipity
gained in popularity as ex-
ams drew near, . . . And
don't forget about the differ-
ences made by those faithful
characteristics and people of
Guilford such as Bill and
Bev Rogers, Mrs. C, the
small campus size, $1.00
movies, the ropes course,
IDS?, late night rap sessions,
pizzas, the grill room, intra-
murals, the woods, the lake,
. . . the list never ends.

The fall and spring semes-
ters were filled with activi-
ties, dances, classes, events,
and people which empha-
sized the Guilford difference.
Turn the page and remem-
ber, smile, laugh, cry. Dis-
cover how the names of each
student listed on the insides
of the cover of this book
helped to make the differ-
ence. Rediscover how you
made the difference at Guil-
ford in 1985.



studying in the sun, Toni Pyle finds a
warm spot on the lawn to catch up on her
work. Throughout the year students
found various reasons to get outside and
enjoy the exceptional weather.



How many times has someone or Munich, who needs to wait for

asked "Well what did you do at Serendipity to have fun? Let's

college this fall?" Probably too have fun now ... at Homecom-

many times. And what was the ing, a halloween costume dance,

response? "I studied, studied, the Christmas Formal, City

and when I had a break ... I Stage, or a game of cards down

studied." Well that is probably the hall in room 12.

not completely accurate. There 1985 was no different from any

were many other activities which other school year in that each

occurred at Guilford in the fall student had to face the question

semester. College life is not all of what am I going to do this

academics; though this may not weekend? And every student did

be what we tell our parents. So- something. Some students went

cial life is an important part of home. However for the vast ma-

the college experience. Just ask jority which remained, there was

any student. something keeping them here.

There is a difference between There was something happening,

college life and college academ- There was something making

ics, and many of these differ- the difference.

ences arose through the depths .

of homework, labs, research pa- _^
pers, and tests to offer an avenue
of escape for the student. Wheth-
er for an hour of an evening,
whether on campus or off,
whether in Greensboro, London,




MAKING THE
DIFFERENCE



Projected onto a sheet dropped from the second floor
of Hege-Cox, "The Rocky Horror Picture Show" comes
aUve larger than life early in the s




Doing the "Time Warp," students dance to the sights
and sounds of "Rocky Horror" as characters on the
screen above dance, shake, and slide. Two consecutive
evening performances created plenty of fun.



One of the promises of the Student
Union this year was to provide some
social activity on campus every week-
end. It seems the Union held its prom-
ise by providing over a dozen feature
films, at least four DJ dances, and more
than 1/2 dozen top bands, not counting
Coffeehouses, some of which appear on
these pages. Campus night life allowed
students to break away from the daily
blahs of classes during the week, and
stroll often down to Sternberger Audi-
torium to shake loose and have some
fun.

Besides some of the bands pictured
here, students were also able to perfect
their dancing ability to DJ dances such
as the Halloween dance complete with
man-made cobwebs held in the old
gym. With Steve Montgomery playing
hits with rapid succesion, students pa-
raded through the hot gym clad in the
most unusual fashions; yet always in
either sneakers or socks to protect the
floor from scuff marks. Attending were
space creatures, punk rockers, soliders,
nuns, pumpkin heads . . . literally.



Some Of The
Weekend Fun
During This
Fall Semester
Included



Movies, Music
And Much More




Dressed for the occasion, a visiting sluden
on the dance floor by her partner Pascal Pelisf
event was an IRC sponsored DJ dance held :
berger the night before the X-Teens <




Welcoming students back to school in August. Van-
guard, a Winston-Salem based band, took the stage and
provided plenty of heavy rock for students to dance to.
Having played at previous Guilford Serendipities. the
hand and audience knew each other well enough to en-
able a well received presentation of material including
Led Zeppelin and Black Sabbath renditions. Vanguard
was more than able to kick off the fall semester in the
right direction.



On the same night that Prince was |
town. The Maxx was able to draw a lar
berger for their show which included a
of Prince's own song "Delirious."



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clowns, and flashers. Though students
found themselves often heading outside
for a quick blast of cool night air, the
dance was easily a success.

Near the end of the semester, stu-
dents were also able to enjoy the Bin-
ford sponsored Christmas Formal at
the Hilton. A large student turnout
combined with more of Steve Montgo-
mery's music created another fantastic
time. Not to be easily forgotten at both
this and the Halloween dance was when
the theme from Hawaii Five-0 and
"Surfin' USA" were played, male stu-
dents threw their bodies on the floor so
that other students could stand/surf on
the backs of those on the floor. Upon
witnessing this, one hotel employee
shook his head with utter amazement.
Is this what college kids do for fun?

And let's not forget midnight bowl-
ing! For the cost of renting shoes, stu-
dents quickly discovered their ability,
or inability, to strike pins with a ball
that the finger holes were too small in,
all at the odd hour of 2:45 am.

Whether it was a movie, a dance, out-
door day, a concert, or just a game of
Trivial Pursuit, students did their best
to break free from the monotony of
study, study, study. Who said there's no
social life at Guilford?




The Good Guys from Virginia came to Guilford
October and delivered a strong sound mixed with i
influence of both reggae and rock.



The X-Teens came to Stei
variety of danceable music
night's worth of enjoyment.



One of the most unusual and popular ad
sented in November by The Maxx. Their sho
a crisp selection of hit songs intermixed wi
light show, matching blue satin pants, nearb
choreography, terrible jokes, and even a ju
Needless to say, they put on a hot show.



Getting Started



On August 23, a dreary Thursday
morning, the campus of Guilford Col-
lege became the scene of rampant fear,
dispair, excitement, relief, panic, major
concerns, and lots of hard work. That's
right, it was freshman orientation time.
This year a majority of the 355 incom-
ing freshman and transfer students
were greeted on campus by 42 smiling
members of the Student Welcoming
and Advisory Team, or SWAT for
short. Clad in longsleeved bright red
shirts with their names on the front,
each SWAT member did his or her part
to welcome the parents and students to
campus during the busy four days of
orentation. As Paula Swonguer, the
SWAT coordinator, stated, "I think it
went very smoothly. We seem to have
an exceptional group of freshman and a
super SWAT team."

For the new students, orientation in-
cluded such memorable activities as the
movie "Stripes," Group Games on the
lawn of Milner, student prop night
which produced some unusual skits, a
pig and poultry pickin', a Hawaiian
dance, and best of all no mathematics
placement exam. However it wasn't all
fun and games. Students had to endure
the check-in line with its embarrassing
ID machine, the usually long line to
purchase the required books at the
bookstore, the initiation into the scram-
ble system of the cafeteria, reading,
English, and oral language placement
tests, the "hope I get all my courses"
registration line, IDS group meetings,
and the realization that upperclassman
return to campus on Sunday. And of
course there were many other aspects



each new student had to be concerned
with. For example what if my room-
mate beat me to the room and got the
good side of the room? Will I be able to
fit my stereo in the room properly? I
wonder if my roommate smokes? And
of course each student had to face the
dreaded fear that just maybe he or she
did not bring enough posters!

Getting started at school during those
first few days was not easy, and classes
hadn't even started yet. But believe it
or not, everyone survived.



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Twirling an umbrella. Juliette Rosier uses her imagi-
nalion to find a use for her prop while Tobi Peck looks
on. Prop night was an evening where SWAT groups were
t;iven a number of props to incorporate into a quick skit.




Carrying a towel between them, Sam Longmii
Suyen Schotborgh race towards the finish line for
the many games held on Milner lawn.



Holding a bamboo stalk, Becky Spencer demon-
strates a possible use for the prop to Martha Clark. Prop
night brought out many unusual skits and personalities


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