• UWG Football Season Concludes with 10-2 Record
  • UWG Wind Ensemble Presents: The River of Time
  • UWG Basketball Aims High in First Season Under New Head Coach
  • Remembering History: Preserving The West Georgian
  • Overview of Georgia Governor Candidate: Ted Metz

Two is Better Than One: Highlighting UWG’s Dual-Sport Star

      Dual-sport athletes are a rarity at the collegiate level as the sheer workload of playing just one sport is often too much for student-athletes. Most collegiate-bound high school athletes are multi-sport athletes at that level, but are typically advised to hone in on one game. The best […]

UWG Football Season Concludes with 10-2 Record

       After a remarkable 10-0 start to the season, the UWG football season came to an end with a 41-31 loss to Wingate in the first round of the NCAA Division II Football Playoffs.        “I feel like I let these guys down,” said head football coach […]

Erasing the Stigma: Sigma Nu Pushes to Improve View On Greek Life

    Billy Calcutt, current pledge marshall of Theta Pi Chapter Sigma Nu Fraternity at UWG, recognizes the pressure and stigma that is put on greek life at UWG.        Calcutt is currently a sophomore and joined Sigma Nu last spring as a pledge. Since joining, Calcutt has made a lasting impression on his peers as […]

UWG Wind Ensemble Presents: The River of Time

     The UWG Wind Ensemble performed their last concert of the semester at the Carroll County Performing Arts Center on Nov. 11. Dr. Josh Byrd, Director of Bands and Associate Professor at UWG, was the conductor for this performance.        “It’s going to showcase all the woodwinds, […]

UWG Basketball Aims High in First Season Under New Head Coach

The UWG men’s basketball team is entering the inaugural season of newly signed head coach Dave Moore, replacing Michael Cooney who accepted a full-time position with the UWG Department of Athletics Administration after a decade as the head basketball coach.        Moore is inheriting an experienced team for […]

Remembering History: Preserving The West Georgian

      Special Collections at Ingram Library has begun the preservation of The West Georgian for future scholars and alumni through digitalization with the help of a grant provided by the Watson-Brown Foundation.        The Watson-Brown Foundation was designed to improve education in the American South by funding […]

Overview of Georgia Governor Candidate: Ted Metz

The following is a sypnosis of the policies and ideas of governor candidate Ted Metz from information provided on his website. Sypnoses for opposing candidates Brian Kemp and Stacey Abrams can also be found on The West Georgian.  Ted Metz, chairman of the Libertarian Party of Georgia, is running for the office […]

 

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Thank you Westy: Signing off

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Alpha Pack Brings Unique Sports Experience to UWG

   UWG hosts events as a part of their Alpha Pack Tournament Series that started on Nov. 8 as an opportunity to hold competitions for unique sports that peak the interest of students who may not like traditional sports. One...

 

Fantastic Beasts Delivers on Masterful Sequel

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Two is Better Than One: Highlighting UWG’s Dual-Sport Star

      Dual-sport athletes are a rarity at the collegiate level as the sheer workload of playing just one sport is often too much for student-athletes. Most collegiate-bound high school athletes are multi-sport athletes at that...

 

UWG Football Season Concludes with 10-2 Record

UWG Football Season Concludes with 10-2 Record

       After a remarkable 10-0 start to the season, the UWG football season came to an end with a 41-31 loss to Wingate in the first round of the NCAA Division II Football Playoffs.        “I feel...

 

Newberry and Verch Bringing Christmas Melodies to Carrollton Show

Newberry and Verch Bringing Christmas Melodies to Carrollton Show

The renowned duo, Newberry and Verch, is coming to spread holiday cheer at the Townsend Center for the Performing Arts on Dec. 11.   Joe Newberry and April Verch travel across the country each December on a holiday tour, spreading...

 

Creed II Review

      In light of the success of Creed two years ago, producer Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer and director Steven Caple Jr. came together to deliver a big-time sequel in Creed II.       The film which stars...

 

Enterprise Accepting Applications for Spring Internship Program

     Enterprise is taking applications for it’s Spring Management Trainee Internship program offered to students. The internship will provide students with real world experience and an introduction...

 

Karma Aims to Show Music Artistry on Campus

Karma Aims to Show Music Artistry on Campus

     Karma is a school-based organization that strives to grow West Georgia’s music culture. The organization hosts a number of events that include cyphers, poetry jams, talent shows and competitions. The goal for this...

 

Erasing the Stigma: Sigma Nu Pushes to Improve View On Greek Life

    Billy Calcutt, current pledge marshall of Theta Pi Chapter Sigma Nu Fraternity at UWG, recognizes the pressure and stigma that is put on greek life at UWG.        Calcutt...

 
 
 
 

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