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NAACP honors African-American entertainers

Many actors and actresses took the stage with thank you speeches Friday, Feb. 6. The National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, NAACP aired its 46th Image Awards on TV One. ABC’s black-ish actor Anthony Anderson hosted the...

 

Cabral debuts Anon(ymous)

Cabral debuts Anon(ymous)

Photo Credit: UWG The University of West Georgia’s Theatre Company will debut their first play of the spring season called Anon(ymous) by Naomi Iizuka. The play will be performed Feb. 25-28th in The Townsend Center, New faculty member, Adriano...

 

UWG scholars shine at Wright Recital

The Wright Scholars Recital is a special concert where only the best musicians with minors or majors in music from UWG get to show off their talent. It will happen on Monday, Feb. 16 at 8:15p.m.in Cashen Hall 101 in the Humanities building. “They’re...

 

Alumni Spotlight: State Senator Dugan

Alumni Spotlight: State Senator Dugan

Photo Credit: Cassidy Chreene 1986 saw the Chicago Bears win Super Bowl XX, the Challenger Space Shuttle disaster, the release of John Hughes’ iconic comedy Ferris Bueller’s Day Off, Bon Jovi’s classic “You Give Love a Bad Name” and...

 

Streaming the future

Streaming, one of the most recent gifts from the Internet to mankind, is becoming the most popular use for the medium. While streaming today has become a means of viewing the latest blockbusters, we are beginning to explore the infinite possibilities...

 

Are middle-class families really free?

Jan. 20 marked our 44th President’s first State of the Union Address (SOTU) in front of a Republican Senate. One of Obama’s main objectives has been to maintain the security and growth of middle-class families. Of course he has been doing...

 

Protecting your privacy with a few simple clicks

In our day and age, it seems every week we hear about a different hack that has occurred, either against entire corporations or a private individual. While some hacks are extremely intricate operations, it is usually discovered that most hacks...

 

Tournées film festival hits campus

The Department of Foreign Languages and Literatures, the College of Arts and Humanities, and the American Association of Teachers of French are currently sponsoring the second annual Tournées French Film Festival. This event brings six unique...

 

Go West, Go Green

Go West, Go Green

The University of West Georgia is gearing up for a new recycling and sustainability initiative that is a part of the Go West, Go Green Campaign. Recycle Mania, which is scheduled to kick off Feb. 2 through March 28, is a campus-wide initiative...

 

UWG recognized at Georgia State Capitol

UWG recognized at Georgia State Capitol

Photo Credit: UWG students, faculty and administration visited the Georgia State Capitol to join the Senate is officially recognizing Feb. 2, 2015, as UWG Day. This is the second year UWG has been invited to receive this honor.   Jonathan...

 
 
 
 

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