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Eins, Zwei, Drei! Oktoberfest Coming to Printer’s Ale

Carrollton’s brewery, Printer’s Ale Manufacturing Co, is gearing up for a massive Oktoberfest celebration next month. Boasting a stacked music lineup, food trucks, games and of course, plenty of beer, Printers is looking to kick of the fall...

 

The Wolf Who Cried ‘HURRICANE’

The Wolf Who Cried ‘HURRICANE’

The Category 5 hurricane that destroyed islands in the Atlantic Ocean and majority of Florida, Hurricane Irma, also grazed UWG’s campus, which led to the entire university closing for two days. Students, faculty members and citizens of Carrollton,...

 

UWG Holds Women’s Self Defense Classes

UWG Holds Women’s Self Defense Classes

The University of West Georgia is offering women’s self defense classes as part of the Rape Aggression Defense. The five-week self defense classes will focus on what is needed in order to keep women safe on campus and everywhere they go.   “The...

 

Taste of Carrollton

Taste of Carrollton

Taste of Carrollton has come and gone leaving behind another year of fun filled memories. Taste of Carrollton (TOC) is a family filled environment that has brought Carrollton together for years. This event is held each year in September. This...

 

Local Band Prepares for Annual Little Big Jam Festival

Local Band Prepares for Annual Little Big Jam Festival

A band native to Carrollton named Eva Rose & The Bottom Line is anticipating one of Carroll County’s popular music festivals Little Big Jam. This group of longtime friends has been a part of two projects together before becoming a newer,...

 

NASA Says Goodbye to Beloved Spacecraft

NASA Says Goodbye to Beloved Spacecraft

NASA Astronomers bid final farewell to the Cassini Space probe as it flew into Saturn this past weekend. The probe, the first to do a long-term exploration of Saturn, spent the last six months getting on track for its final voyage, a crash landing...

 

Coffee and Cops: Carrollton Art Controversy

Coffee and Cops: Carrollton Art Controversy

A local artist and coffee shop have recently become subject to intense criticism after publicly displaying artwork that some deemed offensive and inappropriate.   For the last several years Gallery Row Coffee has featured artwork by members...

 

Time to Ignite. UWG Homecoming Sets Off

Time to Ignite. UWG Homecoming Sets Off

    Homecoming week is finally here as UWG gets ready to host several fun-filled events. “Ignite UWG Spirit” is the theme this year and the school opened the invite to Ignite to students, alumni, and community members where they...

 

UWG Alum Named in Atlanta’s Most Eligible?

UWG Alum Named in Atlanta’s Most Eligible?

Atlanta’s Jezebel Magazine celebrated their annual ’20 Most Eligible’ issue release with a festival themed party, #JEZfest, in Piedmont Park on Aug. 25. A University of West Georgia alumni, Lewis Parks, is one of the 20 Atlantans featured...

 

New Project Offers Veterans Credit For Prior Learning

New Project Offers Veterans Credit For Prior Learning

The University of West Georgia’s Center for Adult Learners and Veterans (CALV), has launched a new project to get veterans credit for prior learning based on their Military Joint Services Transcript (JST). The JST provides documented evidence,...

 
 
 
 

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