“Invincible” Season Two Rejuvenates Genre Amongst “Superhero Fatigue”

The second season of “Invincible” is the highly anticipated continuation of Amazon Prime’s popular animated superhero show. Based on the long-running comic book series created in 2003 by Robert Kirkman, the show’s second season drives viewers deeper into the convoluted and turbulent life of Mark Grayson, aka Invincible (Steven Yeun), as he learns to cope with the emotional and physical wounds he sustained after his confrontation with his supervillain father, Omni Man (J.K. Simmons) at the end of the first season. 

Career Services Opens Up “Career Closet” so Student Can Dress to Impress

The way a person chooses to dress plays a role in the impression that person makes on others. Attire can significantly influence how someone is perceived, whether it be in a professional setting, a social event or even just everyday interactions. A well-put-together and appropriate outfit may not only boost one’s confidence but also convey professionalism and respect for the situation at hand.

“Civil War” Tips It’s Cap to the World of Photojournalism

Successful suspense thriller writer and director Alexander Garland has released his fourth film “Civil War”. Civil War is about a post-apocalyptic world where, due to a lack of good leadership, has caused the United States to break apart. California and Texas have formed an alliance called the Western Forces. They have one goal, kill the president and anyone that gets in their way.

UWG Student Becomes Finalist at International Collegiate Marketing Conference

The American Marketing Association International Collegiate Conference (AMA ICC) wrapped up its annual convention in New Orleans, Louisiana. April 11-13 was a weekend of showing off participating UWG students’ strategic excellence at the conference featuring over 2,000 students worldwide. UWG was recognized by having Senior Marketing Major Jacey Coleman represented as a finalist in the sales marketing competition. 

Center for Student Involvement and Inclusion Celebrates Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month With The Lantern Festival 

Every year the Center for Student Involvement and Inclusion at UWG hosts a number of events to enrich students and others in the community in new cultures and traditions. Most recently on April 10, CSII hosted their Lantern Festival event, an early celebration of Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage month. Students that attended this event had the opportunity to enjoy new food, customs, and participate in craft activities to celebrate Asian culture. 

Lil Yachty’s Concrete Boys Shake Up the Hip-Hop Genre with Unique Beats

In an era where hip-hop is being dominated by ephemeral trends and the same manufactured personas, Lil Yachty’s Concrete Boys have recently emerged as a refreshing breath of authenticity. The group (consisting of artists Karrahbooo, Draft Day, Dc2Trill, Camo! and of course Lil Yachty) has expressed a new sound with the release of their highly anticipated debut compilation album on April 5, “It’s Us Vol. 1.” 

The BIG Event Promotes Community and Involvement 

Life gets busy as a college student. There are exams to study for, assignments that need to be completed, jobs that need to be worked, relationships that need to be nurtured, not to mention the seeking out of career opportunities for the day when that hard-earned degree is finally official. Needless to say, it’s necessary for college students to slow down every so often.