• UWG students are awarded for their accomplishments 
  • New Ballroom Lounge Coming to UWG 
  • WOLFSTOCK: Viva Las Wolf
  • The New Home of the Braves

UWG students are awarded for their accomplishments 

The University of West Georgia rolled out the blue carpet for a special event honoring students’ accomplishments and academic success through specific departments. The 30th annual Student Achievement Awards Ceremony took place on Tuesday, April 18 at 7:00 p.m. in the Campus Center Ballroom. The ceremony consisted of various entertainment […]

New Ballroom Lounge Coming to UWG 

On Monday, April 24 from 11:00 a.m.to 3:00 p.m. the new Campus Center Ballroom lounge event will take place. Lounge chairs, charging ports, TV and music will be available at the event. This is a time for students to interact with friends, do homework or relax between classes and meetings.   […]

SOCA: “We Are Here”

This spring UWG welcomes a new organization on campus, cleverly named SOCA, which stands for Students of Caribbean Ancestry and which also happens to be a genre of Caribbean music. “Instead of the regular Caribbean Student Association we wanted to be a little different,” said UWG student and SOCA president […]

WOLFSTOCK: Viva Las Wolf

Thursday, April 15, The WOLF Internet radio hosted their annual one night music festival Wolfstock, a o. Wolfstock happens every April, and is a celebration of the launch of The WOLF which was April 21,2010. The first Wolfstock was April 2011 in Love Valley and marked the first birthday of […]

The New Home of the Braves

Opening day has passed and the new stadium has officially become the new home of the Braves. The Braves have christened their new home with a string of victories that they hope to continue as the season goes on. There was no doubt that controversy surrounded the production of SunTrust […]

UWG cornerback discusses NFL Draft

West Georgia cornerback, Marcus Sayles, is ready for the NFL Draft. Sayles is currently a senior at UWG and graduates this semester on May 11. “It feels unreal to know that I am an NFL prospect,” said Sayles. “I am happy that the NFL Draft is near.”  “You would never […]

UWG Welcomes a New York Times Best Selling Author

New York Times best-selling author Joshilyn Jackson hosted a book talk in the UWG Campus Center Ballroom in which she discussed her new book The Opposite of Everyone on Wednesday, April 12 at 7:00 p.m. which included a reception and book signing. This being her seventh published novel, Jackson has […]

 

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