• UWG Volleyball Drops Home Opener to Lee
  • Moshpit Marketing with Survival Kit
  • Things Change: American Aquarium Keeps Kickin’
  • Admissions Office Revamps Campus Visits to Make Greater Impact on Prospective Students
  • Renee Montgomery: Living the Dream

UWG Volleyball Drops Home Opener to Lee

       The UWG Volleyball team lost their home opener against Lee University, getting swept 3-0 at the Coliseum. The Wolves were pummeled by Silvia Sartori and Alex Reuter, whose 28 points combined matched UWG’s amount for the game, as well as Hanna Matthews who had a whopping 37 […]

Colorism In Media

          In America, lightness is often associated as being pure, gentle, and soft, but darkness is associated with fear, evil, and negativity. An example of this would be how in movies and television, the hero usually wears white and the villain often wears dark or black […]

Moshpit Marketing with Survival Kit

       Andrew Lynn wakes up in the morning, slips into his button down shirt and heads for the office. The only difference between Lynn and most marketing graduates is, Lynn’s button down is only buttoned halfway and paired with a captain’s hat, and his office is his van, […]

Things Change: American Aquarium Keeps Kickin’

        On Sept. 10 roughly 50 fans stepped through the doors of Songbirds near downtown Chattanooga, TN to see alt-country outfit American Aquarium on the final leg of their Things Change tour.          To any random passerby the show may have seemed a small, […]

Wolf Pack Woes

The West Georgian will be introducing a new section, known as Wolf Pack Woes, in which student written opinions will have an opportunity to be published in our weekly edition.   Wolf Pack Woes will be used for students to voice their opinions on various topics through a public platform. […]

Admissions Office Revamps Campus Visits to Make Greater Impact on Prospective Students

          Campus tours and visits give schools the opportunity to not only show prospective students around campus, but to also share their story and make a positive first impression. The Office of Admissions at UWG asserts that bringing potential students to campus is one of the […]

Renee Montgomery: Living the Dream

           With a collegiate national championship in 2009, two WNBA championships in 2015 and 2017, and an illustrious decade-long professional career under her belt, Renee Montgomery of the Atlanta Dream is one of the exemplary models of success in the game of basketball. Montgomery is the […]

 

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UWG Volleyball Drops Home Opener to Lee

UWG Volleyball Drops Home Opener to Lee

       The UWG Volleyball team lost their home opener against Lee University, getting swept 3-0 at the Coliseum. The Wolves were pummeled by Silvia Sartori and Alex Reuter, whose 28 points combined matched UWG’s amount...

 

Colorism In Media

          In America, lightness is often associated as being pure, gentle, and soft, but darkness is associated with fear, evil, and negativity. An example of this would be how in movies and television, the hero usually...

 

Get Your Fit On

       Many students may know that UWG provides UREC for physical development, growth, and health, but what students may not know is that there is an opportunity through the schedule of group fitness to potentially become...

 

Moshpit Marketing with Survival Kit

Moshpit Marketing with Survival Kit

       Andrew Lynn wakes up in the morning, slips into his button down shirt and heads for the office. The only difference between Lynn and most marketing graduates is, Lynn’s button down is only buttoned halfway and paired...

 

I Spy: HRL Cracks Down on Crime

      With the possibility of sexual assault and other crimes happening to students, UWG Housing and Residence Life has increased their surveillance on campus by adding more cameras around their residence halls.    ...

 

Get Involved with SGA!

Get Involved with SGA!

     The Student Government Association at UWG is gearing up for an exciting semester full of events that they hope will benefit the student body.        The biggest goal of the SGA this year is to collaborate...

 

Things Change: American Aquarium Keeps Kickin’

Things Change: American Aquarium Keeps Kickin’

        On Sept. 10 roughly 50 fans stepped through the doors of Songbirds near downtown Chattanooga, TN to see alt-country outfit American Aquarium on the final leg of their Things Change tour.        ...

 

Maintaining Security and Safety: Carrollton GreenBelt

Maintaining Security and Safety: Carrollton GreenBelt

         The GreenBelt remains safe and secure thanks to the Carrollton Police Department’s officers who have maintained active bike and ATV patrol.           CPD officers closely monitor the...

 

Speakeasy Opens Downtown

Speakeasy Opens Downtown

The Vault, a new bar on Adamson Square, offers exclusive membership for those who would like to experience a speakeasy atmosphere in downtown Carrollton. Its secretive nature and private entry separates the bar from all others in the area.   John...

 

UWG Police Launches LiveSafe App for Campus Safety

UWG Police Launches LiveSafe App for Campus Safety

          UWG Police launched a new app, LiveSafe, this semester to improve emergency communications and enable students to utilize updated safety features.           LiveSafe allows students...

 
 
 
 

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