• UWG Student Removes Permanent All-Gender Bathroom Signs
  • Icelandic Band Kaleo Debuts Headline Tour in Atlanta
  • Gas Leak Causes Shortage in Metro Atlanta
  • Junior Zed Brown Helps The Wolves To Victory
  • In the Red Act to Provide Debt-Free College

Crime Around Campus on the Upswing

Crime on and around campus has significantly increased over the past several months. The Carrollton Police Department has received calls about shootings, armed robberies, carjackings and rape accusations. According to Corporal Vonda Thomas of the Carrollton Police Department, the most common occurrences are happening during and after college parties. “We […]

UWG Student Removes Permanent All-Gender Bathroom Signs

On Sunday, Sept.18, UWG student Lans Carcioppolo removed all-gender bathroom signs in the Ingram Library on the ground floor. Though these signs were temporary, they were placed on single-occupant bathroom doors until the permanent ones became available. In addition, someone took a cellphone video of the incident. Screenshots were captured […]

Icelandic Band Kaleo Debuts Headline Tour in Atlanta

The indie-rock band Kaleo kicked off their international headline tour, “The Handprint Tour,” at Center Stage Theater in Atlanta on Monday, Sept. 26. Being a sold-out show, the small venue combined with a copious amount of people made the space seem even smaller. The venue was fully packed by 9 […]

Gas Leak Causes Shortage in Metro Atlanta

Alabama Surface Mining Commission discovered a gas leak on Sept. 9 from a Colonial Pipeline near Helena, Ala. The Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration reported that state workers discovered the leak when they noticed a strong gasoline odor and sheen on a man-made retention pond. The pipeline, belonging to […]

Junior Zed Brown Helps The Wolves To Victory

The season has just started and safety Zed Brown has tackled the charts with 7 tackles and a 65-yard interception along with a touchdown. Two years ago, being a freshman on special teams was not easy for Brown. However, he worked hard to establish a position on the starting lineup. […]

Sports Round-Up

UWG Sports is in full swing in late-September with many different events happening for the athletic programs. Football: A surging UWG football team dives back into conference play on the road against North Alabama Saturday, Oct. 1. UWG is ranked third in the Nation among D-2 schools. Men’s and Women’s […]

In the Red Act to Provide Debt-Free College

Three Senate Democrats took to college campuses to take questions from student reporters about the In the Red Act, an act to put the United States on a path toward debt-free college education. Sen. Tammy Baldwin, D-Wisconsin, Sen. Brian Schatz, D-Hawaii, and Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Massachusetts, held a conference call […]

 

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Crime Around Campus on the Upswing

Crime on and around campus has significantly increased over the past several months. The Carrollton Police Department has received calls about shootings, armed robberies, carjackings and rape accusations. According to Corporal Vonda Thomas...

 

UWG Student Removes Permanent All-Gender Bathroom Signs

UWG Student Removes Permanent All-Gender Bathroom Signs

On Sunday, Sept.18, UWG student Lans Carcioppolo removed all-gender bathroom signs in the Ingram Library on the ground floor. Though these signs were temporary, they were placed on single-occupant bathroom doors until the permanent ones became...

 

UWG Soccer Player Named Gulf South’s Player of the Week

Susana Abundiz, forward for UWG’s women’s soccer team, was recently named Gulf South Conference Player of the Week. With eight goals under her belt and half the season being underway, it is clear to see why league officials chose Abundiz...

 

Summer Study Abroad Program Culminates in “Art in France” Exhibition

Summer Study Abroad Program Culminates in “Art in France” Exhibition

The UWG art department finished their weeklong “Art in France” Exhibition Thursday night, Sept. 29, which was a showcase of 10 student’s experiences while studying abroad last July in France. The glass display room on the second floor...

 

Changes in Gender, Race and Violence Negatively Separates “The Magnificent Seven” from Namesake

Changes in Gender, Race and Violence Negatively Separates “The Magnificent Seven” from Namesake

The newest western film The Magnificent Seven was released Sept. 23 and quickly rose to become a box office hit in theatres across America. A remake of the 1960 version, The Magnificent Seven focuses on seven gunslingers hired to protect a village...

 

Icelandic Band Kaleo Debuts Headline Tour in Atlanta

Icelandic Band Kaleo Debuts Headline Tour in Atlanta

Pictured: Lead Singer, JJ Julius Son The indie-rock band Kaleo kicked off their international headline tour, “The Handprint Tour,” at Center Stage Theater in Atlanta on Monday, Sept. 26. Being a sold-out show, the small venue combined with...

 

Gas Leak Causes Shortage in Metro Atlanta

Gas Leak Causes Shortage in Metro Atlanta

Alabama Surface Mining Commission discovered a gas leak on Sept. 9 from a Colonial Pipeline near Helena, Ala. The Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration reported that state workers discovered the leak when they noticed a strong...

 

A Silent Protest Speaks Volumes

A Silent Protest Speaks Volumes

  The UWG chapter of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) dedicated Monday night, September 26, to remembering all of the African American individuals slain due to police brutality and other racial discriminatory...

 

Junior Zed Brown Helps The Wolves To Victory

Junior Zed Brown Helps The Wolves To Victory

The season has just started and safety Zed Brown has tackled the charts with 7 tackles and a 65-yard interception along with a touchdown. Two years ago, being a freshman on special teams was not easy for Brown. However, he worked hard to establish...

 

Sports Round-Up

UWG Sports is in full swing in late-September with many different events happening for the athletic programs. Football: A surging UWG football team dives back into conference play on the road against North Alabama Saturday, Oct. 1. UWG is ranked...

 
 
 
 

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