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7th Annual OxFam Hunger Banquet: May The Odds Be In Your Favor

Thursday, Nov. 9, the Center for Diversity and Inclusion is hosting their annual OxFam Hunger Banquet in the Lower Level Z-6. OxFam America was created in the 1970s, originating from Great Britain, to bring attention to the plight of chronic...

 

Sending Love and Gratitude on Veterans Day

The Center for Adult Learners and Veterans (CALV) is joining in the national recognition of those who have served in our armed forces with an early Veterans Day celebration this Wednesday, Nov. 8, at the Campus Center.   As we approach...

 

Georgia is the #1 Team in College Football

Georgia is the #1 Team in College Football

For the first time since 2008, the Georgia Bulldogs are college football’s top ranked team.             After reaching as high as second in the weekly AP Top-25 Poll, Georgia debuted as...

 

Will We Ever Know the Truth?

Will We Ever Know the Truth?

Stephen Paddock opened gunfire on a large crowd of 22,000 concertgoers at the Route 91 Harvest country music festival in Las Vegas, Nevada resulting in the deadliest mass shooting committed by a single person in American history.   Approximately...

 

America’s Blind Spot

America’s Blind Spot

Rape and assault victims came forward on social media hoping to open the eyes of Americans who were either ignorant of the situation or ignoring the situation. The hashtag MeToo campaign sprung to life after several public figures who had been...

 

“A corporate score of Olympic proportions”: Atlanta Favored for Amazon’s Second Headquarters

“A corporate score of Olympic proportions”: Atlanta Favored for Amazon’s Second Headquarters

Atlanta is an early favorite among many business experts for Amazon’s second headquarters.   Hundreds of cities put in bids last month for Amazon’s “HQ2”. However, there are a few bids that stand out from the crowd. More specifically,...

 

UWG Junior Gets First Collegiate Victory

UWG Junior Gets First Collegiate Victory

UWG Junior golfer Sam Jones captured the first victory of his collegiate career with a win at the 2017 Matt Dyas Memorial Invitational golf tournament. The Wolves were the host school for the two-day tournament at Oak Mountain Championship Golf...

 

Campus Center Upgrades Gym Equipment

Campus Center Upgrades Gym Equipment

The Campus Center has undergone a major revamp by replacing and adding newer, modern exercise equipment.   Renovations officially began two years ago when UREC employees started researching the best machines that could incorporate new ways...

 

German Film Director, Peter Kahane Visits UWG

German Film Director, Peter Kahane Visits UWG

Peter Kahane, a German film director, recently visited UWG to discuss his filmmaking experience and share inside secrets of the making behind each of his films. Students and faculty gathered together for an actual viewing of one of Kahane’s...

 

To Be Rescued Is To Be Loved

To Be Rescued Is To Be Loved

Rescuing animals is a beneficial job in our society, not just for people but for the animals also.   As of two weeks ago, California became the first state to require pet stores to exclusively sell rescue animals when California Gov. Jerry...

 
 
 
 

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