• Trying Something New: First-Year Cross Country Runner Commits to UWG
  • The Collection: Entropy Release Tour Stops in Carrollton
  • From Nothin’ to Somethin’: The Atlanta Braves are Back

Trying Something New: First-Year Cross Country Runner Commits to UWG

        The road traveled to becoming a collegiate athlete typically involves rigorous training and typically competing in a respective sport from adolescence. For Grovetown High School senior Carlos Rodriguez, a different path was taken.        On Oct. 10 Rodriguez announced his commitment to run cross country […]

One – in – Four and Beyond: How UWG is Teaching its Men to Take a Stand Against Violence

     According to the National Domestic Violence Hotline, about one in four college students will be victims of domestic violence. The One – in – Four and Beyond initiative seeks to change this statistic for the better by educating college men in Georgia on how to intervene in or […]

The Collection: Entropy Release Tour Stops in Carrollton

  The Collection performed a live set at The AMP in Downtown Carrollton on Oct. 8 as they began to push through the early stages of their Entropy album release tour.        The show was sponsored, organized and hosted by 4am Coffee Roasters and got underway shortly after […]

From Nothin’ to Somethin’: The Atlanta Braves are Back

      In the Atlanta Braves’ four year absence from the MLB postseason they managed to build one of the most heralded collection of young players in the league. Patience has been the keyword throughout the rebuild.        The Braves suffered through abysmal seasons during the process, […]

Wolves Against Domestic Violence: What UWG Has to Offer

     According to the National Domestic Violence Hotline 38 percent of college students say they would not know how to get help if they ever found themselves being abused by an intimate partner. UWG is helping combat this statistic with programs offered through Health Services.        Jill […]

Domestic Violence: The New Normal

       Stories of sexual violence have been swirling through the media in recent years. The #MeToo movement began to help women bring forth their repressed stories of abuse and harassment on social media platforms.        This movement has brought to light some of the darker sides […]

     Nike’s 30th anniversary of its “Just do it” campaign featuring free agent NFL quarterback, Colin Kaepernick, has rehashed a heated controversy.        Kaepernick took a stand, or a lack thereof, for what he believed is racial injustice in America at the beginning of the 2016/2017 NFL […]

 

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Trying Something New: First-Year Cross Country Runner Commits to UWG

Trying Something New: First-Year Cross Country Runner Commits to UWG

        The road traveled to becoming a collegiate athlete typically involves rigorous training and typically competing in a respective sport from adolescence. For Grovetown High School senior Carlos Rodriguez, a different...

 

One – in – Four and Beyond: How UWG is Teaching its Men to Take a Stand Against Violence

     According to the National Domestic Violence Hotline, about one in four college students will be victims of domestic violence. The One – in – Four and Beyond initiative seeks to change this statistic for the better...

 

UWG Introduces Financial Coaching

     Money 101 is an initiative set out by UWG Financial Aid to educate and aid in financial literacy by offering presentations and workshops for classes and students.        Money 101 offers financial coaching...

 

#MeToo Movement Gains Ground in Kavanaugh Hearing

       The confirmation of Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court has left many victims of sexual assault wondering if coming forward will change anything.        Kavanaugh was recently confirmed to the...

 

“summer,”: Vibing with Jeremy Zucker

“summer,”: Vibing with Jeremy Zucker

    Starting in the mid-2000s, Alternative R&B crashed the music scene as an up-and-coming subgenre ready to contribute to the mainstream music world. Now, artists like Lauv, Quinn XCII, Blackbear, Jon Bellion, and more have...

 

First Man: A Giant Leap into Oscar Season

First Man: A Giant Leap into Oscar Season

     The film First Man, directed by Damien Chazelle and starring Claire Foy and Ryan Gosling, follows Neil Armstrong on his journey to become the first man on the moon.        An impressive aspect of this...

 

Evil Dead the Musical

Evil Dead the Musical

        The UWG Theatre Company put on a week-long performance of Evil Dead: The Musical just in time for the Halloween season.         Evil Dead: The Musical is based upon the 1981 film The Evil Dead...

 

A Healthy Addition to Campus: Twisted Bliss Smoothies

A Healthy Addition to Campus: Twisted Bliss Smoothies

      Twisted Bliss Smoothies is the latest addition to campus dining options for UWG students.          Located on the third floor of the UCC building, the smoothie shop has attracted more students to...

 

Georgia Glamping in Style

Georgia Glamping in Style

       The Georgia Glamping Company recently opened on Lake Lanier and is giving customers outdoor experiences with a unique, and glamorous, take on camping.          The primary focus of glamping...

 

The Collection: Entropy Release Tour Stops in Carrollton

The Collection: Entropy Release Tour Stops in Carrollton

  The Collection performed a live set at The AMP in Downtown Carrollton on Oct. 8 as they began to push through the early stages of their Entropy album release tour.        The show was sponsored, organized and hosted...

 
 
 
 

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