• New poetry club recruiting members to workshop
  • Biology professor making a buzz on campus
  • Asian American Heritage Month program speaker discusses embracing differences
  • WOLFstock draws big crowd
  • Mumford & Sons rock Duluth two nights in a row
  • Squeezing into the paint: Katrina Littlepage
  • “God’s Not Dead 2” addresses religion and the American public school system

New poetry club recruiting members to workshop

  Chad Davidson and senior mass communications student Allayah Carr worked together to establish the new UWG poetry club Stanza. Carr originally noticed the need for the club while listening to UWG alumna Diamond Forde speak in Davidson’s advanced creative writing poetry course. Forde discussed how difficult it can be […]

Biology professor making a buzz on campus

  With the population increase of the Varroa mite and associated viruses, the global bee population is plummeting. One UWG professor is making a buzz about the importance of bees and bee research. “It was mostly for fun when I started handling bees,” said Professor of Biology Dr. Gregory Payne. […]

Asian American Heritage Month program speaker discusses embracing differences

Snow piled on either side of a car laying in a ditch. The roads were thick with a layer of black ice. It was hard enough for a college-aged Tulu Kaifee to learn to drive on the opposite side of the street, and now she had to navigate through her […]

WOLFstock draws big crowd

People lined the Campus Center patio, halls and ballroom to get a taste of the WOLFstock festivities. The smell of barbeque lingered outside while students played Cornhole trying to win prizes. Inside the ballroom, students played Mario Cart and Super Smash Brothers on the N64s while others played Plinko trying […]

Mumford & Sons rock Duluth two nights in a row

Mumford & Sons wowed crowds at the Infinite Energy in Duluth, Ga., with back- to-back performances on April 11 and 12 as part of their Wilder Minds tour. The band, known widely for their folk sound and use of banjo in many of their songs, received some criticism for their […]

Squeezing into the paint: Katrina Littlepage

She knows how to squeeze into the paint, or shoot the ball from the area of paint between the free throw lines. Her quick step progresses her past her defender on the court. She scored 37 points this season when UWG played against Lee University. Katrina Littlepage, a point guard […]

“God’s Not Dead 2” addresses religion and the American public school system

“God’s Not Dead 2”, the sequel to the 2014 “God’s Not Dead”, addresses an issue highly prevalent in the American media and society: the idea of the separation of church and state. While the two films may have similar plots, they do not have the same leading cast nor do […]

 

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New poetry club recruiting members to workshop

New poetry club recruiting members to workshop

  Photo credit: Sydney Baker Chad Davidson and senior mass communications student Allayah Carr worked together to establish the new UWG poetry club Stanza. Carr originally noticed the need for the club while listening to UWG alumna Diamond...

 

Higher One ATMs being removed from campus beginning May 4

Higher One has partnered with Bank Mobile to provide fee-free access to funds. Students will now be able to access their funds through Allpoint ATMs instead of the current Higher One ATMs on campus, however, there will be no ATM access on campus...

 

UWG professors discuss gun culture and gun politics in America

The Political Science Department held a Q&A session about gun politics in America on Thursday, April 7, in the Ingram Library Nook. Dr. Anthony Fleming and Dr. Dylan McLean led the discussion and shared their research involving gun politics...

 

Biology professor making a buzz on campus

Biology professor making a buzz on campus

  Photo credit: Erin McSwain With the population increase of the Varroa mite and associated viruses, the global bee population is plummeting. One UWG professor is making a buzz about the importance of bees and bee research. “It was mostly...

 

Spring Fling 2016 flashes back to the 90s

The annual Spring Fling hosted by the Student Activities Council (SAC) will take place Wednesday, April 20 in Love Valley. It is one of the biggest events of the school year. Emily Teitelbaum, assistant director for Student Events and Programs,...

 

Student misidentified as suspect in stabbing incident

A UWG student was stabbed at Carrollton Crossing Apartment Complex on Wednesday, April 6. According to Brandon Podaras, an investigator with the Carrollton Police Department, the weapon was a folding blade pocket knife. The suspect was arrested...

 

Baseball team on hot streak as playoffs approach

The University of West Georgia Baseball team is riding a tremendous hot streak heading into the final part of the regular season. Head Coach Skip Fite’s squad is 27-10 on the season with a conference record of 15-9 and are currently playing...

 

WOLFstock draws big crowd

WOLFstock draws big crowd

Photo Credit: Anndrea Ours People lined the Campus Center patio, halls and ballroom to get a taste of the WOLFstock festivities. The smell of barbeque lingered outside while students played Cornhole trying to win prizes. Inside the ballroom,...

 

Asian American Heritage Month program speaker discusses embracing differences

Asian American Heritage Month program speaker discusses embracing differences

Photo Credit: Nancy Watkins Snow piled on either side of a car laying in a ditch. The roads were thick with a layer of black ice. It was hard enough for a college-aged Tulu Kaifee to learn to drive on the opposite side of the street, and now...

 

Brussels vs. Lahore: Why did Lahore take a backseat in global news coverage?

The media is constantly criticized for biases in covering terror in the Eastern part of the world. I am not trying to pile on criticism. Rather, show how unresponsiveness to this bias might lead to an increase in hatred towards these “others”...

 
 
 
 

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