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New Club Looks to Build Careers in Criminology

New Club Looks to Build Careers in Criminology

From the Department of Criminology faculty members to any type of law enforcement, the Criminology Association is planning to host professionals who have worked in the criminal justice field in hopes that it will benefit their members with their...

 

The wait is over: Pita Pit offically opens

The wait is over: Pita Pit offically opens

On Monday, March 13, Carrollton’s long awaited Pita Pit finally opened its doors for business. The opening comes after nearly two years of waiting, planning and preparation by owners and UWG alumni John Crossley and Josh Pline.   The...

 

David Daniels: How to Be Successful

The renowned Carrollton Chick-Fil-A, with a high speed drive thru and friendly staff, is set to open another location on Bankhead Highway in what used to be Ryan’s Steakhouse. There are very high expectations, set by the original Carrollton...

 

The New Crave in Publishing

Every writer’s dream of signing a publishing contract is becoming harder to make reality. Unless you are already a best selling author or celebrity, publishing companies have become harder to please. Self-Publishing has become the saving...

 

Touring band to make stop in Carrollton

Touring band to make stop in Carrollton

The local pop/rock band, Glass Mansions, is on tour and will be performing a show in Carrollton. The South Carolina natives began their tour on March 2 and the stop in Carrollton is the last show before the culmination of their tour at NOPHEST...

 

Carroll County Animal Shelter Launches Paws 4 Bravery

Carroll County Animal Shelter (CCAS) has teamed up with Paws 4 Bravery to launch a new program benefiting retired veterans and animals ready for their forever home.  Paws 4 Bravery is a non-profit organization that will be working with...

 

Recent Water Outage Causes UWG to Collect Over 20,000 Water Bottles

Recent Water Outage Causes UWG to Collect Over 20,000 Water Bottles

The majority of the City of Carrollton, including the University of West Georgia, was left without water for over 40 hours on Feb. 22 due to the major leak in its water system. As a result, Dine West and Housing and Residence Life experienced...

 

Gourmet Jay’s Campus Kitchen

Gourmet Jay’s Campus Kitchen

19-year-old cooking sensation and sophomore Jason Hogg, student by day and a businessman by night, has taken UWG by storm with his flavorful dishes for sale. Hogg, also known as Gourmet Jay is a business management major, decided to start gaining...

 

Local church merges with UWG organization

St. Andrew United Methodist Church (UMC), in Carrollton GA, is in the process of merging with the Wesley Foundation at UWG. Church mergers are very common, but a church merging with a college organization is a very unique collaboration. Last...

 

Veterans Heart Georgia

Veterans Heart Georgia

Veterans are an important part of the community. Veterans not only have to adjust when they go abroad but also when they come home and step back into normal life. Veterans Heart Georgia acknowledges that and works to build a relationship between...

 
 
 
 

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