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Renowned Juilliard String Quartet to perform at UNCG Oct. 27

Portrait of quartet playing instrumentsThe Juilliard String Quartet, widely known as the quintessential American string quartet, will perform at UNCG on Friday, Oct. 27, at 8 p.m. as part... Read More >

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UNCG and UNCW collaborate on full-scale hurricane evacuation exercise

Students lay on cots in gymUNCG and UNC Wilmington collaborated on a full-scale hurricane evacuation and sheltering exercise on the UNCG campus Oct. 16 and 17. The exercise, called “Hurricane... Read More >

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UNCG sponsors special 1.25-mile course at annual Run 4 the Greenway event Oct. 28

Adults and kids running raceIn honor of its 125th anniversary, UNCG will sponsor a special 1.25-mile costume walk/run at the annual Run 4 the Greenway event in Greensboro on... Read More >

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UNCG celebrates 125 years

McIver was a leader in that area, particularly in the South,” says UNCG archivist Emily Lawrimore.

There was a bit of a tussle over where

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Celebrate UNCG Homecoming Oct. 16-22

Photo of UNCG alumni at Homecoming 2016Thousands of alumni from across the state and beyond will descend on UNCG’s campus this week for one of the university’s favorite traditions: Homecoming. The... Read More >

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Elliot University Center- Planned Downtime | Thursday, October 19 | 5:30am – 6:00am
Who:  Occupants of the Elliot University Center What: Planned downtime for network services at the Elliot University Center When: Thursday, October 19, 5:30 a.m. to 6:00 a.m. Why: Network maintenance During the maintenance window, there will be intermittent loss of network services — including wired, wireless and VoIP services — in the building. If you have [Read More]
Eberhart Building – Planned Downtime | Tuesday, October 17 | 5:30am – 6:00am
Who:  Occupants of the Eberhart building What: Planned downtime for network services at the Eberhart building When: Tuesday, October 17, 5:30 a.m. to 6:00 a.m. Why: Network maintenance During the maintenance window, there will be intermittent loss of network services — including wired, wireless and VoIP services — in the building. If you have questions or [Read More]
Promotional Contests for National Cyber Security Awareness Month
October is National Cyber Security Awareness Month and Information Technology Services (ITS) is running two contests to promote awareness of cyber security threats and to offer tips and best practices on how to stay safe online. ITS is staffing a table at the EUC this month where you can stop by to learn more about [Read More]
New WebEx Feature: Allowing Another User to Schedule Sessions on Your Behalf
Beginning Friday, October 13, users in UNCG’s Faculty/Staff WebEx environment will have the ability to delegate session scheduling privileges to other users. This feature is similar to a user’s ability to assign calendar delegates in Google Calendar. Delegated scheduling privileges are available for the Meeting Center and Training Center platforms. Before delegated scheduling, it was difficult for [Read More]
MHRA Building – Planned Downtime | Saturday, October 14 | 9:00am – 6:00pm
Who:  Occupants of the MHRA building What: Planned downtime for network services at the MHRA building When: Saturday, October 14, 9:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. Why: Network maintenance This downtime will be used to complete work that began on October 7, which was not completed due to time limitations. During the maintenance window, there will [Read More]


Women's Soccer Clinches Third Seed With 1-0 Victory Over Mercer
The UNCG women's soccer solidified its position in the upcoming Southern Conference Tournament Friday night as the Spartans posted a 1-0 victory over visiting Mercer at the UNCG Soccer Stadium.
Volleyball Drops Home Contest to ETSU in Five Sets
GREENSBORO, N.C. – UNCG volleyball faced off with the ETSU Buccaneers Friday night in Fleming Gymnasium to open up the 2017 homecoming events. The Spartans played tough but fell in five sets (25-19, 23-25, 25-16, 18-25, 18-16) to the preseason SoCon favorites. UNCG's defense set a season best with 96 digs in the match. Libero Christina Gregory led the defense with 33, while senior Anna Romaniszyn (Port Orange, Fla./Spruce Creek) tied a career best with 20 digs.
Softball's Mackenzie Winslow Earns Prestigious Spartans Of Promise Award
UNCG softball senior Mackenzie Winslow (Mooresville, N.C./Lake Norman) was chosen as one of just 10 winners campus-wide of the 2017 Spartans of Promise awards, presented by the UNCG Alumni Association.
Women's Golf Closes The Fall Season At Palmetto Intercollegiate Starting Sunday
The UNCG women's golf team returns to action closing out the fall season with the annual Palmetto Intercollegiate hosted by the College of Charleston Oct. 22-24 at the Kiawah Island Resort Turtle Point Course.
Taylor Falls on Day Two of the ITA Regionals in Chapel Hill
GREENSBORO, N.C. – Senior women's tennis player Alice Taylor (Cambridge, Great Britain/UMBC) took the court on the second day of the Intercollegiate Tennis Association's Regional action hosted by North Carolina. Taylor was the only Spartan to compete today, as five singles and a pair of doubles teams competed yesterday.


NC Duo Aim to Inspire a Generation
Olivia Tarpley Staff Writer In the spring of 2016, Gene Mance and Keith Parham conceived the idea of NVision. Mance is from Gastonia, North Carolina while Parham is from Raleigh, North Carolina. The two met at UNCG and now consider... Read More ›
Quick Comment – Assault Rifles Are Not Culture
Nicholas Tyler Staff Writer We’ve all heard of the Second Amendment. Its reasonable, if somewhat antiquated, language states, “a well regulated Militia, being necessary….” But militias aren’t relevant anymore. They once were, in the days of native raids, or as... Read More ›
Satirist’s Corner – Super Marxist Brothers
Cason Ragland Staff Writer We have all experienced it before. If not personally than through a detailed account from a friend. The kind of experience I am talking about is that of playing “Super Mario Brothers.” Released on the Nintendo... Read More ›
Louise Fishman: A Retrospective Exhibit of Time, Inspiration and Experience
Emily Cramton Staff Writer Upstairs in the Bob & Lissa Shelley McDowell Gallery, striking and abstract paintings of different sizes, shapes and colors cover the walls of the Weatherspoon. The exhibit is part of the 2017 17Days Greensboro Art &... Read More ›
Now, Now at Cat’s Cradle
Matthew Paterson Staff Writer An electricity was in the air at Cat’s Cradle on Wednesday night; the audience could barely contain their giddiness to see Now, Now perform again. The indie rock duo comprised of Cacie Dalager and Bradley Hale... Read More ›


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