Campus News

New dean chosen for School of Health and Human Sciences

Dr. Carl Mattacola will become the next dean of the UNC Greensboro School of Health and Human Sciences (HHS) June 1, 2019. Through teaching, scholarship,... Read More >

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Enjoy Spartan sports, art exhibitions, and more this holiday season

Many UNC Greensboro students have returned home for the holidays, but there’s still plenty for local Spartans and the Greensboro community to enjoy this holiday... Read More >

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Student speaker to fellow graduates: ‘Don’t let fear stop you’

When UNC Greensboro MBA student Carrie Longnecker Hall was asked to be the student speaker at December’s Commencement ceremony, she was amazed and more than... Read More >

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Spartan gifts by faculty and alumni

The gift-giving season is now in swing, and UNC Greensboro has plenty to offer. From new music and novels to gripping poetry to a book... Read More >

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Strengthen relationships in 2019 with free online workshops

A new year is a great time for a fresh start in relationships. Maybe you need help understanding boundaries with friendships, a roommate, or at... Read More >

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Multiple Buildings – Planned Network Maintenance | Saturday, December 15 | 7:00am – 1:00 p.m.
Who: Students, faculty, staff What: Planned network downtime for multiple buildings (see list of affected buildings) When: Saturday, December 15, 7:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. Why: ITS will perform network  maintenance in multiple buildings.  Wired, wireless, and VoIP connectivity will be down or intermittent during the maintenance window. List of affected buildings: 1100 West Market St Auditorium [Read More]
REMINDER: Police Building – Planned Downtime | December 14 | 6:00 a.m. – 7:30 a.m.
Who: Occupants of the Police Building What: Planned downtime for network services for the Police Building When: Friday, December 14, 6:00 a.m. to 7:30 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 need [Read More]
New PHP Version Coming to LAMP Websites
Beginning December 17, all new sites in the LAMP environment will use PHP 7.2. Existing sites will be upgraded to PHP 7.2 according to the schedule below: December 7 – Beta/development sites hosted on lamp09 December 17 – Sites hosted on lamp05 and lamp06 January 4 – Sites hosted on lamp08 January 11 – Sites [Read More]
Multiple Buildings – Planned Network Maintenance | December 10 – 12
Who: Students, faculty, staff What: Planned network downtime for multiple buildings (see list below) When: December 10 – 12 Why: ITS will perform network upgrades in multiple buildings, according to the schedule below.  Wired, Wireless, and VoIP connectivity will be down during these times. These upgrades should be completed in about an hour. December 10, starting at [Read More]
REMINDER: Multiple Buildings – Planned Network Maintenance | December 12 – 13
Who: Students, faculty, staff What: Planned network downtime for multiple buildings (see list below) When: December 12 – 13 Why: ITS will perform network maintenance in multiple buildings, according to the schedule below.  Wired, Wireless, and VoIP connectivity will be down during this time. The downtime could last up to 30 minutes. December 12 Lee Hall, starting [Read More]


Men's Basketball Closing Out Non-Conference Play Against Radford
Men's Basketball Closing Out Non-Conference Play Against Radford
Soliman Hits Buzzer-Beater; WBB Defeats Liberty 48-45 Sunday for Sixth Consecutive Home Win
GREENSBORO, N.C. – UNC Greensboro women's basketball junior guard Nadine Soliman hit a three-pointer as the time expired to give the Spartans (5-6) the 48-45 win over Liberty (2-8) Sunday in Fleming Gymnasium for the sixth consecutive home win.
Leeroy Maguraushe Named To Men's Scholar All-America Team
Leeroy Maguraushe Named To 2018 Senior College Men's Scholar All-America Team
UNCG Holds On Against North Alabama To Get Tenth Win On The Season
UNCG Holds On Against North Alabama To Get Tenth Win On The Season
Women's Basketball Looks to Extend Five Home Game Winning Streak by Hosting Liberty Sunday
GREENSBORO, N.C. – UNC Greensboro women's basketball (4-6) looks to extend its five home game winning streak Sunday by hosting Liberty (2-7) at 2 p.m. in Fleming Gymnasium.


In-State College Football Recap: Week Eleven
Chelsea McBayStaff Writer  What an exciting week of college football for our hometown teams. There were two high-tension in-state matchups this week, with the first one being N.C. State vs. UNC. The second of the duo was Wake Forest versus... Read More ›
UNCG Men’s Basketball: Spartans Go 3-0 Over Thanksgiving
Andrew SalmonSports Editor The UNCG men’s basketball team continued their hot start to the 2018-19 season in the past week, first dispatching Prairie View A&M with 74-66 at the Coliseum last Monday, then heading to the Delmarva Peninsula to take... Read More ›
Fa La La La La-lidays- Christmas is Here! Album Review
Jamie Hartmann Staff Writer  A Cappella music- a genre that is not as listened to nowadays, but has immense potential of displaying an artists true musical talent. In the past three years, the quintet that makes up Pentatonix have produced... Read More ›
Travis Scott’s Hometown Block Party: The ‘Astroworld’ Music Festival
Trent RydenStaff Writer  On Nov. 17th, 2018 in Houston, Texas, Travis Scott held the very first Astroworld Music Festival. People traveled from across the United States to attend the massive event that featured performances from music’s biggest artists such as... Read More ›
The Battle of Freddie Mercury
Kaitlyn BoeckelStaff Writer  On Nov. 24, 1991, Freddie Mercury, lead singer of Queen, died from pneumonia after a long battle with AIDS. 27 years later, and fans are using his memory to point out how far the treatment of AIDS... Read More ›