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Gun Control: A Prevalent Problem in Our Nation

Gun Control: A Prevalent Problem in Our Nation

President Trump calls it a “mental issue,” but it is much more than that. The Columbine School shooting marked the start of an era filled with gun violence, an era filled with innocent lives being taken, due to the carelessness of shooters....

 

Social Media is now a Job?

Social Media is now a Job?

Adults and millennials have grown up seeing the evolution of social media and the impact it has had in the world. It is now the top way to network with other people and it has created one of the most highly demanded jobs in the job market.              ...

 

Faggotry out in full force in Humanities

Faggotry out in full force in Humanities

The bizarre yet brilliant artwork of UWG Senior Dyllon Pendrak turned heads in the second floor of the Humanities building as he displayed his Senior Capstone. “Forces of Faggotry” is a jaw dropping, though provoking display of colors, profanity...

 

Generation Generalization

Each generation comes with its own name and group of stereotypes. Millennials, also known as Generation Y, are no exception to the rule. This group is known for many things including being spoiled, privileged, lazy and disrespectful. However,...

 

University of West Georgia Student Shot in Tuscaloosa, AL

University of West Georgia Student Shot in Tuscaloosa, AL

On Nov. 5 Andrew Nijoroge, a University of West Georgia student, was shot two times in the face in Tuscaloosa, AL. The Tuscaloosa Police Department and the University of Alabama Police Department responded around 2:15 a.m. to the parking lot...

 

Thank You for Your Service

Veterans become trapped within flashbacks of combat too unreal to be understood by others living a “normal” life. Based on a true story, Thank You for Your Service is an eye opener to all unaware of the effects war causes to our veterans....

 

Marvel vs. DC: Which Universe Wins?

Marvel vs. DC: Which Universe Wins?

With the 21st century came the rise of comic book movies, which means that more superheroes, and their evil opponents, are making their way onto the big screen.   There are literally thousands of comic book characters, but only a handful...

 

Wolves Learn How to Dine

Wolves Learn How to Dine

UWG Career Services is hosting a Business Etiquette Dinner tomorrow in the lower level of Z-6. This four-course dinner will be led by Dr. Angelyn Hayes, retired Assistant Vice President for Student Affairs at Clayton State University. Students...

 

A Star is Leaving UWG

A Star is Leaving UWG

Dr. Bob Powell is retiring from UWG after 50 years of dedication to serving students within his teachings of physics and astronomy along with serving as director of the Observatory and a faculty advisor. In September of 1967, Powell began teaching...

 

Randoms Acts of Kindness

The UWG Counseling Center is hosting their annual on campus event, Random Acts of Kindness (RAK), Nov. 13-17. The purpose of this event is to promote student embodiment and encouragement towards one another. RAK contains a new campaign focus...

 
 
 
 

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