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Veterans Day at UWG honors our Heroes

Veterans Day at UWG honors our Heroes

With Veterans Day around the corner, the UWG Center for Adult Learners and Veterans (CALV) gears its focus on those who have served and protected our country. CALV has a number of events planned for the week of Veterans day to honor our nation’s...

 

UWG Fashion Show Beams Creativity

UWG organization Models and Business hosted their first fashion show Thursday October 27. The fashion show was held in the Campus Center Ballroom. The ballroom was packed with different organizations, fraternities and sororities as well as parents...

 

Switchfoot and Relient K at the Tabernacle

Switchfoot and Relient K at the Tabernacle

Before furthering their journey across the U.S., alternative rock band Relient K with headliner Switchfoot brought their Looking for America tour to Atlanta. The two bands performed a lively, soulful show and shared good vibes...

 

HRL has annual Safe Treat

HRL has annual Safe Treat

Safe Treat is an annual event at UWG that lasts two hours and takes place on campus the week before Halloween. Housing and Residence Life host this event while many on-campus organizations volunteer to give candy to children in the community. Moments...

 

A new quarterback in town

A new quarterback in town

The UWG Wolves have found their future quarterback in redshirt freshman Willie Candler. After a lackluster season with the first seven games, which resulted in a 4-3 record, Head Coach Will Hall gave the nod to the 19-year-old dual-threat quarterback....

 

Novel “Wrecked” addresses sexual assault

In her new novel, Wrecked, Maria Padian draws attention to the controversial issue of sexual assault on college campuses. This issue is seen time and time again throughout various news stories- increasingly so over the last few years. The stories...

 

Halloween comes to Ole McDermitt’s Farm

Halloween comes to Ole McDermitt’s Farm

  Though Halloween is over, you should check out the haunted corn maze at Ole McDermitt’s Farm next year. This is the fourth Halloween in a row that Ole McDermitt’s Farm opened their corn maze to the public for spooks and a...

 

Pita Pit Comes to Carrollton

UWG alum John Crossley decided to bring Pita Pit to Carrollton when he was still a student at the university. While doing a project for a small business entrepreneurship course, Crossley chose Pita Pit as a place that would benefit the community....

 

SAC’s Fall Festival Haunts Students

SAC’s Fall Festival Haunts Students

UWG’s Student Activities Council (SAC) hosted their annual Fall Festival at the Campus Center Ballroom in preparation for Halloween. The Fall Festival was coordinated by Read Lucas, the 2016-2017 special events director. Previous years exhibited...

 

University Senior Murdered

University Senior Murdered

Tyler Ford, a 23-year-old senior from Athens, was shot and killed outside of his apartment last week. The shooting occurred on Oct. 26 at about 4:30 p.m. at River Pointe Apartment complex in unit 504. The apartment is located just north of...

 
 
 
 

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