• Alumni Spotlight: Ashley Copeland
  • Buckets of Money Raised for ALS
  • Coach Hall Seeks Support from Wolves
  • Moviegoers flock to the Rome International Film Festival
  • Lipstick, Selfies, and Facebook: Awareness for Sickle Cell
  • Gun Policy Shoots Up Controversy
  • Wolves Blaze on the Volleyball Court

Alumni Spotlight: Ashley Copeland

With a new school year in full swing, the University of West Georgia has seen many changes in a short period of time. One of these changes includes several new staff members at The West Georgian. In April 2014, Ashley Copeland relinquished her title as Editor-in-Chief to Hilary Sigler. Though […]

Buckets of Money Raised for ALS

Between July 29 and Aug. 29, the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge has raised $100.9 million for research in the causes and treatment of amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, also known as Lou Gehrig’s disease. During the same period last year, only $2.8 million was raised. ALS was discovered in 1869 by a […]

Coach Hall Seeks Support from Wolves

For the first time since 2008, the University of West Georgia football team has a new head coach. Will Hall, former two-time Gulf South Conference Coach of the Year, will replace Daryl Dickey, the previous coach from the last six years. Hall was the head coach at the University of […]

Moviegoers flock to the Rome International Film Festival

Rome, Georgia is a charming community that is certainly friendly to the arts and is always looking for new ways to introduce more cultural activities in the area. With the gardens of Oak Hill, the Martha Berry Museum, Myrtle Hill Cemetery, historic Desoto Theatre and Berry College campus this town […]

Lipstick, Selfies, and Facebook: Awareness for Sickle Cell

Although people in the month of September bring awareness to childhood obesity and ovarian cancer, they also bring awareness to sickle cell. This disease is not only found in African-Americans, but in other races as well. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, or CDC, sickle cell is […]

Gun Policy Shoots Up Controversy

This past summer, Georgia’s Governor Nathan Deal signed into effect a new state gun law for the state of Georgia. This gun law allows individuals with a permit the right to carry a concealed weapon into local churches, bars, some public places, and into public schools. With this new gun […]

Wolves Blaze on the Volleyball Court

The University of West Georgia’s volleyball team is facing a new era after the resignation of Coach Gary Lee, but has found a prominent leader in new Interim Coach Trina Braden. Coach Braden brings a considerable amount of coaching as well as playing experience to the program this season. Because […]

 

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Alumni Spotlight: Ashley Copeland

Alumni Spotlight: Ashley Copeland

With a new school year in full swing, the University of West Georgia has seen many changes in a short period of time. One of these changes includes several new staff members at The West Georgian. In April 2014, Ashley Copeland relinquished her...

 

Buckets of Money Raised for ALS

Buckets of Money Raised for ALS

Photo Credit: UWG Between July 29 and Aug. 29, the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge has raised $100.9 million for research in the causes and treatment of amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, also known as Lou Gehrig’s disease. During the same period last...

 

Coach Hall Seeks Support from Wolves

Coach Hall Seeks Support from Wolves

Photo Credit: UWG For the first time since 2008, the University of West Georgia football team has a new head coach. Will Hall, former two-time Gulf South Conference Coach of the Year, will replace Daryl Dickey, the previous coach from the last...

 

Moviegoers flock to the Rome International Film Festival

Moviegoers flock to the Rome International Film Festival

Photo Credit: Desoto Theatre Rome, Georgia is a charming community that is certainly friendly to the arts and is always looking for new ways to introduce more cultural activities in the area. With the gardens of Oak Hill, the Martha Berry Museum,...

 

Lipstick, Selfies, and Facebook: Awareness for Sickle Cell

Lipstick, Selfies, and Facebook: Awareness for Sickle Cell

Photo Credit: Brittini Sumlin Although people in the month of September bring awareness to childhood obesity and ovarian cancer, they also bring awareness to sickle cell. This disease is not only found in African-Americans, but in other races...

 

Gun Policy Shoots Up Controversy

Gun Policy Shoots Up Controversy

Photo Credit: UWG This past summer, Georgia’s Governor Nathan Deal signed into effect a new state gun law for the state of Georgia. This gun law allows individuals with a permit the right to carry a concealed weapon into local churches, bars,...

 

Wolves Blaze on the Volleyball Court

Wolves Blaze on the Volleyball Court

The University of West Georgia’s volleyball team is facing a new era after the resignation of Coach Gary Lee, but has found a prominent leader in new Interim Coach Trina Braden. Coach Braden brings a considerable amount of coaching as well...

 

Bronzed Ambition

Bronzed Ambition

The walkway that will lead to the Bronze Wolf statue.   The unveiling and dedication ceremony of the University of West Georgia’s 7.5-foot-tall, 9.5-foot-long and 3,500-pound Bronze Wolf statue will begin at 5 p.m. on Sept. 19 at the...

 

The smoke has cleared at UWG

The smoke has cleared at UWG

Photo Credit: UWG   On Aug. 1, the University of West Georgia, along with every other college within the University System of Georgia, became a tobacco-free campus. This means it is now against the rules for students, faculty, staff and...

 

Forging for the New West

Forging for the New West

Photo Credit: UWG With his first year as University President completed, Dr. Kyle Marrero awaits his official inauguration ceremony on Friday, Sept. 19. The ceremony signifies the beginning of a new era at the University of West Georgia. This...

 
 
 
 

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