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A Guide to Dealing with the Office “Shmuck”

A Guide to Dealing with the Office “Shmuck”

Everyone has or has dealt with difficult coworkers who go out of their way to disturb, disrupt, and confuse the workplace. These people, usually known as the office ‘shmuck,’ can come in any shape and size. And while most people can’t...

 

The Solar Eclipse Experience At UWG

The Solar Eclipse Experience At UWG

Students, faculty, and families gathered at the UWG Observatory to experience the 2017 Solar Eclipse on Aug. 21. This particular event was planned for well over a year and finally came together for the viewing of a significant moment in history.  ...

 

What’s the Soup?

What’s the Soup?

Carroll County Soup Kitchen volunteers have spent the last several days awaiting and preparing for their next event for the community. During the full last week of every month, the Carroll County Soup Kitchen opens its doors with the help of...

 

UWG students are awarded for their accomplishments 

UWG students are awarded for their accomplishments 

The University of West Georgia rolled out the blue carpet for a special event honoring students’ accomplishments and academic success through specific departments. The 30th annual Student Achievement Awards Ceremony took place on Tuesday,...

 

SOCA: “We Are Here”

This spring UWG welcomes a new organization on campus, cleverly named SOCA, which stands for Students of Caribbean Ancestry and which also happens to be a genre of Caribbean music. “Instead of the regular Caribbean Student Association we wanted...

 

The New Home of the Braves

The New Home of the Braves

Opening day has passed and the new stadium has officially become the new home of the Braves. The Braves have christened their new home with a string of victories that they hope to continue as the season goes on. There was no doubt that controversy...

 

UWG cornerback discusses NFL Draft

West Georgia cornerback, Marcus Sayles, is ready for the NFL Draft. Sayles is currently a senior at UWG and graduates this semester on May 11. “It feels unreal to know that I am an NFL prospect,” said Sayles. “I am happy that the NFL Draft...

 

UWG Welcomes a New York Times Best Selling Author

New York Times best-selling author Joshilyn Jackson hosted a book talk in the UWG Campus Center Ballroom in which she discussed her new book The Opposite of Everyone on Wednesday, April 12 at 7:00 p.m. which included a reception and book signing....

 

Something’s in the Water: UWG Alum develops water treatment solution

Something’s in the Water: UWG Alum develops water treatment solution

A UWG Alum is pioneering environmental protection with his patented product and company, NCLEAR. The phosphorus absorbing solution was co-created by Denny Ivey, a Chemistry major from UWG. Ivey and Founder of NCLEAR Steve Odom have been working...

 

Carrollton’s MayFest 2017

Carrollton’s favorite event is back in town. MayFest will be held this year on May 6, 2017, in downtown Carrollton from 9:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. MayFest is one of the biggest events during the year, and it is always filled with family fun. Each...

 
 
 
 

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