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Crime Around Campus on the Upswing

Crime on and around campus has significantly increased over the past several months. The Carrollton Police Department has received calls about shootings, armed robberies, carjackings and rape accusations. According to Corporal Vonda Thomas...

 

UWG Student Removes All-Gender Bathroom Signs

UWG Student Removes All-Gender Bathroom Signs

On Sunday, Sept.18, UWG student Lans Carcioppolo removed all-gender bathroom signs in the Ingram Library on the ground floor. Though these signs were temporary, they were placed on single-occupant bathroom doors until the permanent ones became...

 

Gas Leak Causes Shortage in Metro Atlanta

Gas Leak Causes Shortage in Metro Atlanta

Alabama Surface Mining Commission discovered a gas leak on Sept. 9 from a Colonial Pipeline near Helena, Ala. The Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration reported that state workers discovered the leak when they noticed a strong...

 

A Silent Protest Speaks Volumes

A Silent Protest Speaks Volumes

  The UWG chapter of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) dedicated Monday night, September 26, to remembering all of the African American individuals slain due to police brutality and other racial discriminatory...

 

Sports Round-Up

UWG Sports is in full swing in late-September with many different events happening for the athletic programs. Football: A surging UWG football team dives back into conference play on the road against North Alabama Saturday, Oct. 1. UWG is ranked...

 

In the Red Act to Provide Debt-Free College

In the Red Act to Provide Debt-Free College

Pictured: Democratic Senator of Massachusetts, Tammy Baldwin Three Senate Democrats took to college campuses to take questions from student reporters about the In the Red Act, an act to put the United States on a path toward debt-free college...

 

UWG Dining Hall Undergoes Growing Pains

UWG Dining Hall Undergoes Growing Pains

 Within the last few years, UWG has undergone some changes and restructuring. For instance, the Oaks, a freshmen housing dorm and the East Commons, an on-campus dining hall, were built in 2013. Bike lanes were added to the campus in 2015, and...

 

Three Killed in Plane Crash at West Georgia Regional Airport

Three Killed in Plane Crash at West Georgia Regional Airport

Carrollton, Ga. – According to the Times Georgian, three people were killed in a plane crash at West Georgia Regional Airport on Wednesday, Sept. 7. According to Carroll County’s Fire Chief Scott Blue, two single engine planes, a Beechcraft...

 

Wolves Hit the Road to Take on Golden Rams

Wolves Hit the Road to Take on Golden Rams

After a hard fought battle with conference opponent Delta State, the third ranked Wolves travel three hours south for a non-conference matchup against Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Conference team Albany State. The Wolves head into the game...

 

Carroll County’s 125 Year Celebration

Carroll County’s 125 Year Celebration

Celebrating 125 years of literacy, Carroll County’s Literacy is for Today and Tomorrow (LIFT) program is accompanying Horton’s Books and Gifts in their 12.5K run, story walk and one-mile Fun Run at the GreenBelt Trailhead at Hobbs Farm....

 
 
 
 

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