• The Wolves amongst Elite Conversation
  • The sun comes out again for Annie
  • Ban on Greek life to be lifted
  • Meghan Trainor releases Title album
  • Wolves honor Parham
  • Cider Hearts make sweet music
  • Mosaic features eclectic pieces

The Wolves amongst Elite Conversation

The College Football season is over, and while the dust is still settling on the end of last year, the University of West Georgia is still looking to prove more. Of course for the Wolves the season ended earlier than desired. However, the outcome has provided the Wolves with ammunition […]

The sun comes out again for Annie

Although Annie was originally released in 1982, the 2014 remake of this classic film is something all families will enjoy. Of course remakes never replace the original, but this version gives Annie a fun, modern update. From the diverse cast, to new songs, to a few changes about Annie’s life, […]

Ban on Greek life to be lifted

Members of the fraternity and sorority community at UWG got a wake-up call last semester when university officials implemented a moratorium banning any on or off campus events involving alcohol. Presidents and advisors of each Greek organization received a letter detailing the rules of the moratorium. University officials decided to […]

Meghan Trainor releases Title album

Meghan Trainor, singer of the hit single “All about that Bass,” released her debut album, Title, on Jan. 13. When this pop diva came on the music scene last summer with a catchy beat and a unique hook, everyone wanted more of her. Trainor seemed to challenge the idea of […]

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 […]

 

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Wolves in the running for new security devices

The University of West Georgia has been nominated by Stanley Security to win up to $150,000 dollars to go towards the installation of security devices on campus. UWG Police Chief Thomas Mackel, who has been with UWG since 1989, is enthused with...

 

The sun comes out again for Annie

The sun comes out again for Annie

Although Annie was originally released in 1982, the 2014 remake of this classic film is something all families will enjoy. Of course remakes never replace the original, but this version gives Annie a fun, modern update. From the diverse cast,...

 

The Wolves amongst Elite Conversation

The Wolves amongst Elite Conversation

Photo Credit: Steven Broome The College Football season is over, and while the dust is still settling on the end of last year, the University of West Georgia is still looking to prove more. Of course for the Wolves the season ended earlier than...

 

WUTV to launch new website

The University of West Georgia’s television station, WUTV13, will launch their website by the end of January. The website was created by WUTV’s assistant program producer and web editor Melissa Martin. In addition, the website will have...

 

No hover boards yet: 2015 CES a plethora of technology

One of the biggest technological exhibitions of the year recently wrapped up in Las Vegas, N.V. The Consumer Electronics Show (CES) was held from Jan. 6 to Jan. 9 in the Las Vegas Convention Center. CES is known for previewing some of the latest...

 

Cinematic Throwbacks

Nostalgia, or a wistful longing for the past, is something we have all felt at some point in our lives. It is a desire to go back to a simpler time—back to the “good ole’ days.” Within the past four months, there has been a recent trend...

 

Selma marches into theaters

Oprah Winfrey’s production company, Harpo Studios, released a historical drama entitled Selma late last December. The film reenacts the memorable march that civil rights leader, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. lead from Selma to Montgomery, Ala....

 

Ban on Greek life to be lifted

Ban on Greek life to be lifted

Photo Credit: UWG Members of the fraternity and sorority community at UWG got a wake-up call last semester when university officials implemented a moratorium banning any on or off campus events involving alcohol. Presidents and advisors of each...

 

Meghan Trainor releases Title album

Meghan Trainor releases Title album

Meghan Trainor, singer of the hit single “All about that Bass,” released her debut album, Title, on Jan. 13. When this pop diva came on the music scene last summer with a catchy beat and a unique hook, everyone wanted more of her. Trainor...

 

#SOTU and social media

There’s no doubt that social media is becoming the primary source of news for the majority of Americans. This proved to be a fact during President Obama’s sixth State of the Union address, which took place Jan. 20. By encouraging their users...

 
 
 
 

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