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UWG Alumni Return to Share Experiences at 30s and 40s Reunion

UWG Alumni Return to Share Experiences at 30s and 40s Reunion

Imagine coming back to the University of West Georgia and the class size increased from 200 students, to 12,000. Imagine that instead of the campus only being Front Campus Dr., there are now millions of acres composed of academic buildings,...

 

Observations from a seasoned coed

Observations from a seasoned coed

When I was your age I wore bell bottoms and had a huge afro. I never thought about retirement. I grew up in Charlotte, the second largest banking city after the Big Apple. The present was paramount. The future was too distant to imagine. Whether...

 

UWG’s Pub & Print Named 2013 Print Center of the Year

UWG’s Pub & Print Named 2013 Print Center of the Year

Located across from the East Commons dining hall, Pub & Print, the university’s copy center has been named the 2013 Print Center of the Year by the national In-Plant Printing and Mailing Association. The award, given by the IPMA recognizes...

 

A Closer Look into the Carrollton Menu

A Closer Look into the Carrollton Menu

The two year anniversary of a rapidly growing Carrollton business will happen on Nov. 2. Jonathan Dockery, owner and creator of The Carrollton Menu, said he never thought it would grow this fast. From the first big spike in interest, followers...

 

The Government Shutdown: Why I Fear For Our Future

The Government Shutdown: Why I Fear For Our Future

The government shutdown continues and it seems as if there is no end in sight. House Speaker John Boehner and President Obama meet everyday and cannot come to a consensus on a single issue when it comes to the government shutdown and the debt...

 

Getting to know the Queen

Getting to know the Queen

The University of West Georgia crowned a new homecoming King and Queen at halftime of the homecoming football game Oct 5. There were five women and five men in the running for the titles. Signs, posters and buttons were all displayed to show...

 

How the Affordable Care Act Will Affect You


How the Affordable Care Act Will Affect You


The University of West Georgia will hosted a free, open discussion about the new Affordable Care Act on Oct. 10 from 7 – 9 p.m. in TLC 1303. Attorney Amanda Ptashkin, Outreach and Advocacy Director for Georgians for a Healthy Future, informed...

 

Waiting on the Drunk Bus

The consumption of alcohol by college students is sometimes viewed as a rite of passage that accompanies those few years of exploration in a young adult’s life.  During those years of exploration, students will undoubtedly make poor decisions...

 

UWG Hits Public Air

UWG Hits Public Air

The University of West Georgia will be featured on PBS November 9 in a special, which will show the newly renovated campus.  The airing will include a specific piece on UWG’s 16 time national champions cheerleaders. UWG has dominated the...

 

Kroger Marketplace Undergoes Renovation and Goes 24 Hours

Kroger Marketplace Undergoes Renovation and Goes 24 Hours

Kroger Marketplace has undergone serious renovation during the last 18 months. The newest additions include a Starbucks, an expanded office, a bed and bath section and a jewelry department. With construction progressing, assistant manager Michael...

 
 
 
 

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