• Wolves honor Parham
  • Cider Hearts make sweet music
  • Mosaic features eclectic pieces
  • Limo Ride pulls into Carrollton Cultural Arts Center
  • Dating doctor makes house call to UWG
  • The West Georgian is Hiring: Spring 2015
  • Virtual Reality Transcends the Classroom

Wolves honor Parham

The University of West Georgia is preparing to say goodbye to one of its beloved nurses. Denise A. Parham will be retiring Jan. 1, 2015. Parham has been working at UWG for 20 years, all while inspiring and changing lives of young women. “I love providing health care and teaching […]

Cider Hearts make sweet music

Original, sultry, fun and energizing are the words that come to mind when watching the band Cider Hearts perform. Leah Maloof and Sylvetta Clark make up this vibrant duo. Their catchy lyrics, bluesy guitar riffs and distinct vocals set them apart from other acoustic pairs. While being an acoustic band, […]

Mosaic features eclectic pieces

 If you ever looked at a picture and saw that it was made of even smaller pictures, then you were looking at a mosaic. The same goes for stained-glass windows that are made up of lots of different colored shards of glass. A mosaic is a picture or pattern that […]

Limo Ride pulls into Carrollton Cultural Arts Center

The University of West Georgia’s department of Mass Communications presented the screening of Limo Ride, a documentary comedy, at the Carrollton Cultural Arts Center on Nov. 14. Award-winning directors, Marcus Rosentrater and Gideon Kennedy were present in the audience during the screening. Their film has won several film festival awards, […]

Dating doctor makes house call to UWG

Everyone has a friend that is more natural at meeting people than they are. You know the one—they can walk up to anyone at a party and strike up a conversation. Before long, they not only have a phone number, but they have a date for their cousin’s wedding, too. […]

The West Georgian is Hiring: Spring 2015

The West Georgian is hiring for the for the Spring 2015 academic term.  The following positions will be available for the Spring 2015 academic term: Features Editor Circulation Manager Click the link below for a full description of each position: Spring 2015 Open Positions For all other questions or concerns, please contact […]

Virtual Reality Transcends the Classroom

TeachLive is the new innovative program for college students to get hands on experience with real life situations that might take place in their workplace. This technology can easily be used for any major at the University of West Georgia; however, the Education department at UWG is currently the only […]

 

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Wolves honor Parham

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Photo Credit: Maya Martinez The University of West Georgia is preparing to say goodbye to one of its beloved nurses. Denise A. Parham will be retiring Jan. 1, 2015. Parham has been working at UWG for 20 years, all while inspiring and changing...

 

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