• The Shine Tour brings sprinkles of glitter to Atlanta
  • TV Land gets a little Younger
  • UWG really knows how to “Bring ‘em Out”
  • Technology and voting: Could the next election be totally digital?
  • Google Fiber comes to Atlanta: competition responds
  • The Sound of a Woman hits the streets of Atlanta
  • Zayn Malik: going in his own direction

The Shine Tour brings sprinkles of glitter to Atlanta

The Color Run has made its way to Atlanta, leaving behind thousands of multi-colored participants, several memories and countless laughs. Since 2011, The Color Run, also called the Happiest 5k on the Planet, has been an event promoting health and happiness. For one day, it brings people from all walks […]

TV Land gets a little Younger

TV Land’s newest dramatic-comedy series Younger, is proving to be a hit on the rise. Although the series has only aired two episodes, it has so far brought a hipper feel to the otherwise outdated television programs that are currently shown on the network. With shows like: Hot in Cleveland, […]

UWG really knows how to “Bring ‘em Out”

As the spring semester at UWG begins to cool down, the stage of The Coliseum is preparing to heat up. On Saturday, April 18, UWG students and faculty as well members of the surrounding metro Atlanta area will gather for the opportunity to see multi-platinum recording artists T.I. and B.o.B. […]

Technology and voting: Could the next election be totally digital?

Today, we live in an age where people are constantly connected to their smartphones. We can use them for almost everything: browsing social media, checking e-mails, even transferring money. Why, then, are we not able to vote for the next leader of the free world from it? Last week, a […]

Google Fiber comes to Atlanta: competition responds

In response to the recent news that Google Fiber is planning a rollout for its service in the Atlanta area, Comcast has announced its own version of the gigabit service. Google Fiber, formerly the most impressive gigabit Internet service, still has not set a date for its supposed rollout for […]

The Sound of a Woman hits the streets of Atlanta

Atlanta has been fortunate enough to host countless outstanding musical performers in the past years—exposing its inhabitants to the culture and vivacity they crave. Even our state’s capital continues to be a major hub for touring artists from all over. Atlanta was lucky to provide a stage for up-and-coming pop […]

Zayn Malik: going in his own direction

Almost everyone is familiar with the world’s most famous boy band from Britain’s X-Factor, One Direction. The fan-girls, the screaming and the sold-out concerts all made up the entity that has become One Direction. News broke out on March 25 that 22-year-old Zayn Malik, one of the fans’ most favorite, […]

 

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UWG really knows how to “Bring ‘em Out”

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Photo Credit: Gizmodo Today, we live in an age where people are constantly connected to their smartphones. We can use them for almost everything: browsing social media, checking e-mails, even transferring money. Why, then, are we not able to...

 

Google Fiber comes to Atlanta: competition responds

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