• Hollywood LeBron: Student Athlete Shows Dark Reality of College Athletics
  • Biology Building Grand Opening
  • Why West: The Hoop Hoop
  • UWG Volleyball Drops Home Opener to Lee
  • Moshpit Marketing with Survival Kit
  • Things Change: American Aquarium Keeps Kickin’

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 […]

Why West: The Hoop Hoop

         Freshman basketball player Tommaso Gini, an Italian native, moved across the globe in 2016 to achieve his dream of playing basketball at a collegiate level and chose to do so at UWG.           Gini was born in Rome, Italy and lived there […]

UWG Volleyball Drops Home Opener to Lee

       The UWG Volleyball team lost their home opener against Lee University, getting swept 3-0 at the Coliseum. The Wolves were pummeled by Silvia Sartori and Alex Reuter, whose 28 points combined matched UWG’s amount for the game, as well as Hanna Matthews who had a whopping 37 […]

Colorism In Media

          In America, lightness is often associated as being pure, gentle, and soft, but darkness is associated with fear, evil, and negativity. An example of this would be how in movies and television, the hero usually wears white and the villain often wears dark or black […]

Moshpit Marketing with Survival Kit

       Andrew Lynn wakes up in the morning, slips into his button down shirt and heads for the office. The only difference between Lynn and most marketing graduates is, Lynn’s button down is only buttoned halfway and paired with a captain’s hat, and his office is his van, […]

Things Change: American Aquarium Keeps Kickin’

        On Sept. 10 roughly 50 fans stepped through the doors of Songbirds near downtown Chattanooga, TN to see alt-country outfit American Aquarium on the final leg of their Things Change tour.          To any random passerby the show may have seemed a small, […]

 

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