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Zayn Malik: going in his own direction

Zayn Malik: going in his own direction

Almost everyone is familiar with the world’s most famous boy band from Britain’s X-Factor, One Direction. The fan-girls, the screaming and the sold-out concerts all made up the entity that has become One Direction. News broke out on March...

 

Small colleges often come with big benefits

Deciding what university or college to attend is one of the biggest decisions in a person’s life; it sends a message to future employers, influences your connections as a post-graduate and is ultimately where you will spend the so-called best...

 

Nursing department solves students’ stress

The School of Nursing at the University of West Georgia is conducting a study on how to reduce the stress levels of college students. The study will consist of current UWG students and faculty and will occur over a period of four weeks. Participants...

 

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...

 

Final performance for UWG senior

Charlotte Cole, a performance major in voice at UWG, performed her very last soloist recital of her UWG career on Thursday, March 26, at the Cashen Recital Hall. It was a bittersweet recital as her family and friends as well as fellow students...

 

Atlanta survives Die Antwoord

Atlanta survives Die Antwoord

Photo Credit: Die Antwoord Facebook Wednesday, March 25, was a lovely day in Atlanta. The sun’s rays beamed through the trademark stained glass windows of the Tabernacle, one of the city’s most treasured concert halls, creating a kaleidoscope...

 

Medicine for Melancholy

Medicine for Melancholy

Photo Credit: Barry Jenkins Medicine for Melancholy, directed by Barry Jenkins and released in 2009, is about Micah and Joanne, two San Franciscans who spend the day together after their one-night stand. They go to a museum, cuddle at Micah’s...

 

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...

 

Growing Pains: UWG Wolves Club Baseball

Growing Pains: UWG Wolves Club Baseball

Photo Credit: Stephanie Kecskes UWG Wolves Club Baseball is student-run, and best described as a junior varsity baseball team at the university level. The NCBA is an alternative league to the NCAA with different rules and restrictions. The UWG...

 
 
 
 

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