• UWG Professors Provide Opinion’s on “The Dress”
  • Courageous Men and Empowered Women Take Back the Night
  • Samsung Galaxy S6: Design over Performance?
  • Wickedly Good
  • Band of Professors Rock the Alley Cat
  • Alumni Spotlight: State Representative Dustin Hightower
  • Asleep or the edge of consciousness?

UWG Professors Provide Opinion’s on “The Dress”

We have seen “the dress” on Instagram, Twitter, Facebook and even on professional news syndicates. The infamous dress is the white and gold, or blue and black depending on who you ask, that appeared on various social media platforms and seems to have broken the Internet more than Kim Kardashian […]

Courageous Men and Empowered Women Take Back the Night

Monday, March 9, saw over 400 UWG students, faculty and staff band together to take a stand against sexual assault at the second annual Take Back the Night event. The Responsible Sexual Committee, Health Services, Peer Education & Wolf Wellness, West Georgia Rape Crisis Center, the Center for Diversity and […]

Samsung Galaxy S6: Design over Performance?

The technology giant, Samsung, previewed its newest models of their Galaxy Line with the introduction of the S6 and the S6 Edge, adopting design considerations that have been trending recently that its predecessor did not possess. The replacement of the Galaxy S5 comes in two options: the S6 and the […]

Wickedly Good

The Fox Theatre’s latest performance, the three-time Tony award-winning musical Wicked, ran from Feb. 18 to Mar. 8 at the Atlanta venue. Wicked is the product of composer Stephen Schwartz and writer Winnie Holzman, who adapted the 2005 novel by Gregory Macguire, of the same name to musical form. Directed […]

Band of Professors Rock the Alley Cat

Favela, a band of UWG professors, brought a new sound to Carrollton in their performance at The Alley Cat Friday, Feb. 20. The songs were split into two sets of eight songs each, with a short intermission between, and consisted of covers from all over the world. Portuguese, Japanese and […]

Alumni Spotlight: State Representative Dustin Hightower

An alarm rings at 4:30 a.m. in small, country house and a man and his wife roll out of bed. They start their days with a morning workout routine, and then drop their daughter off at school. From there, the mother drives to Bremen High School to teach Mathematics, while […]

Asleep or the edge of consciousness?

There are things that go bump in the night, and then there are things that bump in the day. Dr. Christine Simmonds-Moore, assistant professor of Psychology at the University of West Georgia, has dedicated her work to investigating whether or not this phenomenon is only a figment of the imagination. […]

 

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UWG Professors Provide Opinion’s on “The Dress”

UWG Professors Provide Opinion’s on “The Dress”

We have seen “the dress” on Instagram, Twitter, Facebook and even on professional news syndicates. The infamous dress is the white and gold, or blue and black depending on who you ask, that appeared on various social media platforms and...

 

Social Media Brings Positivity

Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Tumblr and YouTube are just some of the social media websites that allow people to express their ideas, concerns, objections and opinions. Although they give millions of people an unlimited and unfiltered amount...

 

Courageous Men and Empowered Women Take Back the Night

Courageous Men and Empowered Women Take Back the Night

Photo Credit: Divie Moss Monday, March 9, saw over 400 UWG students, faculty and staff band together to take a stand against sexual assault at the second annual Take Back the Night event. The Responsible Sexual Committee, Health Services, Peer...

 

The Tax Code Racket

As April 15 draws nearer, the excitement of paying politicians has Americans weeping tears of patriotism from coast to coast. With the exception of gathering W-2s, hiring tax professionals in the hopes of a refund check or maintaining records...

 

UWG welcomes Electric Automobiles

Since the addition of The Carrollton Greenbelt, the University of West Georgia has been creating quite the eco-friendly campus. To pair with the recently constructed trail, University administration has been in conversation of implementing a...

 

Birdman cleans up at the box office

Birdman cleans up at the box office

Photo Credit: Entertainment Weekly Birdman, or (The Unexpected Virtue of Ignorance), has been on a winning streak since its release in October 2014. The film has been received several prestigious awards−notably at the Academy Awards, the Directors...

 

College students as leaders: Failing to move ahead

A few weeks ago, many gathered in Selma, AL, as well as the rest of our nation to remember the 50th anniversary of Bloody Sunday. The memorable day took place on March 8, 1965, as Martin Luther King Jr. and his followers marched from Selma,...

 

Samsung Galaxy S6: Design over Performance?

Samsung Galaxy S6: Design over Performance?

Photo Credit: Samsung The technology giant, Samsung, previewed its newest models of their Galaxy Line with the introduction of the S6 and the S6 Edge, adopting design considerations that have been trending recently that its predecessor did not...

 

Wickedly Good

Wickedly Good

Photo Credit: The Fox Theatre The Fox Theatre’s latest performance, the three-time Tony award-winning musical Wicked, ran from Feb. 18 to Mar. 8 at the Atlanta venue. Wicked is the product of composer Stephen Schwartz and writer Winnie Holzman,...

 

From 1601 to 302

Just down the road from the University of West Georgia sits a log cabin in a gravel parking lot. You can usually find it full of students and families, hanging out and eating some of the best food Carrollton has to offer. Weekends, however,...

 
 
 
 

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