• UWG Alumnus Aims High, Lands Dream Job with ESPN
  • Stay in the Pack Wolves, Keep West: An Open Letter to the Undergrads of UWG
  • Not the Noah from Our Childhood
  • Beyond the Mic: An Exclusive Interview with Media Maven, Taylor Bryant
  • The Greek Corner Celebrates its One Year Anniversary
  • Movie Previews – Week of April 14th
  • Relay for Life

UWG Alumnus Aims High, Lands Dream Job with ESPN

Working in the sports entertainment industry is considered to be a dream job by young males around the country.  Many of them fantasize about become a professional athlete or even an announcer for televised games.  One UWG graduate followed his passion and is now a familiar face on the television […]

Stay in the Pack Wolves, Keep West: An Open Letter to the Undergrads of UWG

College is full of days and nights that are filled with happiness, confusion, dis­couragement and frustration. You spend countless hours studying, reviewing, holding class meetings, being involved in student organizations or clubs, and attend several classes to fulfill the requirements for your degree. No one said that the journey would […]

Not the Noah from Our Childhood

There has been a ton of hype about the Noah movie that opened on March 28. People love it and people hate it. What is the deal? If you are looking to find a true to story rendition of a favorite Bible story, you certainly will not find it here. […]

Beyond the Mic: An Exclusive Interview with Media Maven, Taylor Bryant

She may have only reached for the stars, but the sky was never the limit. After reporting for commercial and public audiences on big market radio stations and working as a junior writer for a major television network—one Decatur, Ga. native has created a versatile and multimedia career for herself. […]

The Greek Corner Celebrates its One Year Anniversary

Don’t let the size fool you. On the corner of a little string of stores on Maple Street sits a gem waiting to be re-discovered. The Greek Corner: The Authentic Cultural Eating Place celebrated its one year anniversary on April 1. If you haven’t been already, you are missing out […]

Movie Previews – Week of April 14th

Heaven Is For Real The inspiring drama, Heaven is for Real, comes out April 16 and follows a boy named Colton, who nearly dies due to an illness. When Colton tells his parents that he saw heaven, their lives and the lives around them soon begin to change.   Make […]

Relay for Life

The University of West Georgia (UWG) Relay for Life was held April 4 in the HPE gym on campus. This year, UWG had 30 teams register and brought in $9,274 and continues to receive donations. “We are still getting donations even after the event,” said Katherine Baumann, President of the […]

 

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UWG Alumnus Aims High, Lands Dream Job with ESPN

UWG Alumnus Aims High, Lands Dream Job with ESPN

Working in the sports entertainment industry is considered to be a dream job by young males around the country.  Many of them fantasize about become a professional athlete or even an announcer for televised games.  One UWG graduate followed...

 

The Big Event

On April 12, the University of West Georgia, UWG, hosted its first big event. The Big Event is one of the largest, one-day, student run service projects in the nation. This event is catered to community service, not just on campus but also in...

 

Kristen Ledlow: And Her Journey

As she awaits the countdown from the production director, she exudes confidence. She is ready to talk basketball. Even though it is the early morning, she is very alert. She stands alongside her co-host as the countdown finally comes to an end....

 

Randy Cross: A Football Life

He stands in the huddle at 6’3″ and weighing 250lbs, but he is agile, fast and quick for a person of his stature. The crowd is going crazy in the Rose Bowl and he, along with the rest of the offense can barely hear the quarterback...

 

Stay in the Pack Wolves, Keep West: An Open Letter to the Undergrads of UWG

Stay in the Pack Wolves, Keep West: An Open Letter to the Undergrads of UWG

Photo Credit: UWG College is full of days and nights that are filled with happiness, confusion, dis­couragement and frustration. You spend countless hours studying, reviewing, holding class meetings, being involved in student organizations...

 

National Walking Day

NATIONAL WALKING DAY  The community of UWG tied up their shoes strings and prepared to go for a walk on a nice day. This particular annual walk was not just any walk but a walk for a good cause. The Wolf Wellness program here at the University...

 

Christianity in a postmodern society

Our culture has made many advancements and adaptations over the last few decades. Overall there is much more “tolerance” within the culture, giving different groups of individuals the freedom and comfort to do and believe whatever they so...

 

Not the Noah from Our Childhood

Not the Noah from Our Childhood

Photo Credit: dailymail.co.uk There has been a ton of hype about the Noah movie that opened on March 28. People love it and people hate it. What is the deal? If you are looking to find a true to story rendition of a favorite Bible story, you...

 

Beyond the Mic: An Exclusive Interview with Media Maven, Taylor Bryant

Beyond the Mic: An Exclusive Interview with Media Maven, Taylor Bryant

She may have only reached for the stars, but the sky was never the limit. After reporting for commercial and public audiences on big market radio stations and working as a junior writer for a major television network—one Decatur, Ga. native...

 

The Greek Corner Celebrates its One Year Anniversary

The Greek Corner Celebrates its One Year Anniversary

Photo Credit: Tray Lowery Don’t let the size fool you. On the corner of a little string of stores on Maple Street sits a gem waiting to be re-discovered. The Greek Corner: The Authentic Cultural Eating Place celebrated its one year anniversary...

 
 
 
 

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