Since the announcement of Disney’s feature film “Wish” in January 2022 and its early stages of development in 2018, fans of Disney have been anticipating and dreading the centennial benchmark of the company.
It’s almost time for the University’s sixth annual Iron Wolf weightlifting competition exhibiting the resilience and endurance of student participants. While registration hasn’t opened for the competition, and said date has yet to be determined it’s never too early to get the word out.
The so-called “City of Homes” has been a popular area for families to settle down in since the nineties. With highly rated schools, ample employment options, and proximity to Atlanta, it’s easy to understand why Newnan has seen the growth that it has over the last 30 or so years.
University of West Georgia Director of Athletics Jason Carmichael was the guest speaker at last week’s Carrollton Kiwanis Club meeting, and within his talk, he gave some updates on UWG’s upcoming transition to NCAA Division One.
Since its opening on Oct. 20, the University of West Georgia showcases its second annual juried photography exhibition with the Infinite Weight / Present Histories display at The Vault Gallery located in Newnan’s Wadsworth Auditorium.
It’s not too late for students to apply for a summer trip abroad with UWG offering many diverse cultural experiences and a plethora of scholarships that lower the cost drastically. International Languages and Cultures (ILC) in particular allows students to receive credit hours on top of unforgettable immersive adventures.
The Carrollton Center for the Arts presents “The Nutcracker” ballet to celebrate the holiday season. The production starts on Nov. 17 with an abridged school field trip matinee, and the full production premieres that evening at 7 p.m. There will be four full-length shows in total from Friday, Nov. 17 to Sunday, Nov. 19.