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The Shine Tour brings sprinkles of glitter to Atlanta

The Shine Tour brings sprinkles of glitter to Atlanta

The Color Run has made its way to Atlanta, leaving behind thousands of multi-colored participants, several memories and countless laughs. Since 2011, The Color Run, also called the Happiest 5k on the Planet, has been an event promoting health...

 

UWG really knows how to “Bring ‘em Out”

UWG really knows how to “Bring ‘em Out”

Photo Credit: Grand Hustle As the spring semester at UWG begins to cool down, the stage of The Coliseum is preparing to heat up. On Saturday, April 18, UWG students and faculty as well members of the surrounding metro Atlanta area will gather...

 

Technology and voting: Could the next election be totally digital?

Technology and voting: Could the next election be totally digital?

Photo Credit: Gizmodo Today, we live in an age where people are constantly connected to their smartphones. We can use them for almost everything: browsing social media, checking e-mails, even transferring money. Why, then, are we not able to...

 

Google Fiber comes to Atlanta: competition responds

Google Fiber comes to Atlanta: competition responds

Photo Credit: Google Fiber In response to the recent news that Google Fiber is planning a rollout for its service in the Atlanta area, Comcast has announced its own version of the gigabit service. Google Fiber, formerly the most impressive gigabit...

 

Do people have the religious right to discriminate?

The state of Indiana has sparked major controversy recently after the Governor, Mike Pence, passed the Religious Freedom Restoration Act (RFRA), which aimed to prohibit the government from restricting a person’s or company’s ability...

 

DSTRUX – Control what you share.

College can be a time for new experiences and making choices that affect us for the rest of our lives. While some of those decisions are good, some can also be very bad. A common bad decision that college students make is regarding posting something...

 

One big day, one big thanks

One big day, one big thanks

Photo Credit: Cassidy Chreene Universities across the nation dedicated Saturday, March 28, to giving back to their local communities through volunteer and service opportunities. For the second year, UWG students, faculty and staff participated...

 

The Man behind the Mic: Adam Bomb

The Man behind the Mic: Adam Bomb

Photo Credit: Adam Bomb’s Twitter Most of Atlanta has listened to him play all the hits on Q100 on their drive home from work. He has interviewed some of the biggest names in the music industry. He also brushed shoulders with several UWG...

 

A student’s path to eating clean

A student’s path to eating clean

Photo Credit: Studio Snacks The modern college student has schedule that is incredibly demanding. Students need time to study, attend class lectures, complete assignments, and of course to sleep – but where is the time to eat? From experience,...

 

Students elect SGA officials

The Student Government Association (SGA) of the University of West Georgia held their annual spring elections from March 9 to March 13 and announced the newly elected 2015-2016 Senate on Monday, March 23. The student body casted votes for next...

 
 
 
 

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