• The Collection: Entropy Release Tour Stops in Carrollton
  • From Nothin’ to Somethin’: The Atlanta Braves are Back
  • Hollywood LeBron: Student Athlete Shows Dark Reality of College Athletics
  • Biology Building Grand Opening

The Collection: Entropy Release Tour Stops in Carrollton

  The Collection performed a live set at The AMP in Downtown Carrollton on Oct. 8 as they began to push through the early stages of their Entropy album release tour.        The show was sponsored, organized and hosted by 4am Coffee Roasters and got underway shortly after […]

From Nothin’ to Somethin’: The Atlanta Braves are Back

      In the Atlanta Braves’ four year absence from the MLB postseason they managed to build one of the most heralded collection of young players in the league. Patience has been the keyword throughout the rebuild.        The Braves suffered through abysmal seasons during the process, […]

Wolves Against Domestic Violence: What UWG Has to Offer

     According to the National Domestic Violence Hotline 38 percent of college students say they would not know how to get help if they ever found themselves being abused by an intimate partner. UWG is helping combat this statistic with programs offered through Health Services.        Jill […]

Domestic Violence: The New Normal

       Stories of sexual violence have been swirling through the media in recent years. The #MeToo movement began to help women bring forth their repressed stories of abuse and harassment on social media platforms.        This movement has brought to light some of the darker sides […]

     Nike’s 30th anniversary of its “Just do it” campaign featuring free agent NFL quarterback, Colin Kaepernick, has rehashed a heated controversy.        Kaepernick took a stand, or a lack thereof, for what he believed is racial injustice in America at the beginning of the 2016/2017 NFL […]

Hollywood LeBron: Student Athlete Shows Dark Reality of College Athletics

          In 1964 Walter Byers, the Executive Producer of the NCAA at the time, fabricated the term “student-athlete”, as part of a piteous plot to prevent college athletes from being considered professionals; and not have to pay them. Within HBO’s Student Athlete, a king-worthy documentation produced […]

Biology Building Grand Opening

          The long-awaited Grand Opening of the newly renovated Biology building was held on Sept. 14.             The UWG Biology Building first opened in 1972. Much of the building and its technology went untouched, as far as updates go, for more […]

 

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The Collection: Entropy Release Tour Stops in Carrollton

The Collection: Entropy Release Tour Stops in Carrollton

  The Collection performed a live set at The AMP in Downtown Carrollton on Oct. 8 as they began to push through the early stages of their Entropy album release tour.        The show was sponsored, organized and hosted...

 

From Nothin’ to Somethin’: The Atlanta Braves are Back

From Nothin’ to Somethin’: The Atlanta Braves are Back

      In the Atlanta Braves’ four year absence from the MLB postseason they managed to build one of the most heralded collection of young players in the league. Patience has been the keyword throughout the rebuild.    ...

 

COSS Student Advisory Council to the Dean

     Those in the College of Social Sciences (COSS) now have a way to voice student concerns through an advisory council to the Dean.        Dr. Jane McCandless, Dean of the College of Social Science, asked...

 

Going Further West: UWG Offers In-State Tuition to All Alabama Residents

Going Further West: UWG Offers In-State Tuition to All Alabama Residents

     This year, UWG announced that all legal residents of Alabama are now eligible for in-state undergraduate tuition, opening the door to a new demographic of prospective students.         “Since UWG is...

 

UWG Center of the Arts holds UWG Art Exhibition

UWG Center of the Arts holds UWG Art Exhibition

     The UWG Department of Art holds an art exhibition every six weeks. The art exhibits are a part of UWG faculty presenting work from professional artists of different backgrounds and curriculum.        ...

 

The Life of a Volunteer Trainer

The Life of a Volunteer Trainer

    Hannah Braxton, a volunteer trainer for the UWG football team, spends nearly 40 hours a week working with the football team. She attends six-hour practices three times a week along with her 10-hour days during game day, and...

 

How Fake News is Benefiting From Technology

     With technology advancing at rapid rates each year, we find ourselves closer to artificial intelligence. Although the development of artificial intelligence is to help improve human lives, it can also impact the growing trend...

 

Highlight on UWG’s Newest Strength & Conditioning Coach

Highlight on UWG’s Newest Strength & Conditioning Coach

      Troy Johnson is the newest addition to UWG’s Strength and Conditioning staff.         Within his first two months at UWG, Johnson has already made a lasting impact in the weight room with his energetic...

 

New Certification in UWG English Department

     UWG’s Department of English is offering a new certification program in Publishing and Editing. Three of the courses will be available for students to register for starting Oct. 22.        There are four...

 

Wolves Against Domestic Violence: What UWG Has to Offer

     According to the National Domestic Violence Hotline 38 percent of college students say they would not know how to get help if they ever found themselves being abused by an intimate partner. UWG is helping combat this statistic...

 
 
 
 

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