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UNCG to award more than 2,700 degrees to largest-ever graduating class

Photo of graduates at commencement ceremonyUNC Greensboro is set to award more than 2,700 degrees to the university’s largest-ever graduating class on Friday, May 4, at the May Commencement ceremony.... Read More >

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Student researcher explores the pitfalls of perfectionism

Photo of student reaching up to straighten out a picture frameIt’s a common misconception: Perfectionists are typically viewed as hard-working, high-achieving, self-confident individuals. However, according to clinical psychology student Kelly Harper, perfectionism can come with... Read More >

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UNC System President Margaret Spellings visits Greensboro for State of the University Address

Photo of Margaret Spellings with Triad university leadersUNC System President Margaret Spellings visited Greensboro Wednesday afternoon for a special State of the University Address that highlighted the system’s four Triad area universities:... Read More >

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Campus community invited to UNCG Night at the Carolina Cobras

Photo of Carolina Cobras quarterback throwing a pass during a gameThis Saturday, UNC Greensboro is partnering with the Carolina Cobras, Greensboro’s newest arena football team, for a special UNCG Night at the Cobras. The Cobras... Read More >

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Become a scientist at annual Science Everywhere festival

Children watch as Science Everywhere volunteer introduces them to a turtle.Scientific marvels are all around us – from our bodies to the uncovered wonders of outer space. On Saturday, April 21, from 12 to 4... Read More >

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Curry Building – Planned Downtime | Wednesday, April 25 | 5:00am – 6:00am
Who: Occupants of the Curry Building What: Planned downtime for network services at the Coleman Building When: Wednesday, April 25, 5:00 a.m. to 6:00 a.m. Why: Upgrade to network electrical support equipment. During the maintenance window, there will be intermittent loss of network services — including wired, wireless and VoIP services — in the building. If you [Read More]
Coleman Building – Planned Downtime | Friday, April 20 | 3:00am – 6:00am
Who: Occupants of the Coleman Building What: Planned downtime for network services at the Coleman Building When: Friday, April 20, 3:00 a.m. to 6:00 a.m. Why: Upgrade to network electrical support equipment. During the maintenance window, there will be intermittent loss of network services — including wired, wireless and VoIP services — in the building. If you [Read More]
MyCloud – Brief Disruption of Service This Morning
MyCloud services were briefly disrupted this morning, between approximately 6:00 a.m. and 9:00 a.m., causing intermittent connectivity problems for some users.  The issue has been resolved and all services should be working normally. We apologize for any inconvenience caused by this unplanned service interruption. If you continue to experience issues, please contact  6-TECH at (336) 256-TECH (8324) [Read More]
Gove Student Health Center – Planned Downtime | Tuesday, April 17 | 4:30am – 6:00am
Who: Occupants of the Gove Student Health Center What: Planned downtime for network services at the Gove Student Health Center When: Tuesday, April 17, 4:30 a.m. to 6:00 a.m. Why: Update to network electrical support equipment. During the maintenance window, there will be intermittent loss of network services — including wired, wireless and VoIP services — in [Read More]
Brown Building – Planned Downtime | Monday, April 16 | 5:00am-6:00am
What: Planned downtime for network services at the Brown Building When: Monday, April 16, 5:00 a.m. to 6:00 a.m. Why: Update to network electrical support equipment. 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 need more [Read More]


Men's Golf Soars To First Place in SoCon Championships
The UNCG men's golf team jumped from third to first place in the Southern Conference Championship with a team score of six-over par 582 (297-285) on Monday at the par-72, 7,118-yard Pinehurst No. 9 and will head into the final round on Tuesday with a 12-stroke lead.
Webster Earns His Second SoCon Player of the Week Award
SPARTANBURG, S.C. – For the second time this season, sophomore third baseman Caleb Webster will take home the Southern Conference's Player of the Week award for his efforts last week. Webster hit at a .533 average last week and led the team with eight RBI as the Spartans went 3-1 during the week, including the first-ever series sweep of Samford.
Men's Golf in Third To Start SoCon Championships
The UNCG men's golf team turned in a team score of 9-over par 297 for third place on Sunday in the first round of the Southern Conference Men's Golf Championship at the par-72, 7,118-yard Pinehurst No. 9.
Shelton's Two-Run Home Run Gives Baseball Its First-Ever Sweep of Samford
GREENSBORO, N.C. – Senior shortstop Tripp Shelton got it done with the bat and the glove in the later stages of Sunday's 7-6 victory over Samford. Shelton connected on a two-run home run in the bottom of the fifth inning to put the Spartans ahead, before turning a double play with the bases loaded and handling a slow roller to record all three outs in the ensuing half inning. Shelton's efforts helped UNCG earn its first-ever series sweep of Southern Conference foe Samford. The Spartans improve to 29-10 and 10-2 in Southern Conference play. Samford falls to 24-17 and 10-5 in league action. The Bulldogs entered the weekend with the nation's third-longest winning streak at 13 games.
Softball Shuts Out Chattanooga 4-0 on Senior Day
UNCG softball (38-9, 11-2) shut out the Chattanooga Mocs (23-24, 7-6) 4-0 to take the Southern Conference series on Senior Day on Sunday afternoon at UNCG Softball Stadium.


The Coraddi’s 120th Year in Review: An Interview with the Head of Literature
Danielle Anderson Staff Writer  The Coraddi, UNCG’s art and literature magazine, previously known for its print publication, is about to finish its first year after transitioning to an online only publication. The decision to move the Coraddi to an online... Read More ›
Review: Mozart’s ‘The Magic Flute’
Emily Cramton Staff Writer  For the past several weeks, music and theatre students alike prepared to perform Mozart’s “The Magic Flute” for the annual major opera production at UNCG. Countless rehearsals have culminated in a week of dress rehearsals and... Read More ›
‘Spring Dances’ Exhibit Inventive Variance in Choreographic Composition
Eden Landgrover Staff Writer During the weekend of April 13, upperclassmen in the UNCG Dance Department showcased the works that had been assigned to them by faculty and guest artists over the course of their spring semester repertory classes. The... Read More ›
‘One Nation Under Discussion’ Review: A Retrospective on Charlottesville
Trent Ryden Staff Writer  Just over eight months ago in Charlottesville, Virginia, Americans saw what might be, in the words of President Trump, “the most egregious display of hatred and violence,” in several years. This display occurred at the “Unite... Read More ›
Nap Eyes at The Pinhook
Emily Hicks Staff Writer  If on a Friday night you find yourself walking past The Pinhook in downtown Durham, you might not even think to step inside. From the street, it looks small and cramped and it isn’t immediately obvious... Read More ›