Campus News

School of Nursing receives Armfield Foundation grant
The UNC Greensboro School of Nursing has been awarded a $100,000 grant from The Edward M. Armfield, Sr. Foundation to bring innovative nursing practices to at-risk... Read More >
Class of 2019: Akm Zubair Siam
Diversity was the most important factor for Akm Zubair Siam when he was making his decision on where to go to college. Siam moved to... Read More >
A conversation with professor, poet Stuart Dischell
Stuart Dischell is a nationally recognized poet and recent winner of UNC Greensboro’s Senior Research Excellence Award.  The first book by the professor of creative... Read More >
JSNN announces establishment of first institute
The Joint School of Nanoscience and Nanoengineering (JSNN) revealed the newly minted Joint School’s Institute for Research Technologies this month. The institute will further strengthen... Read More >
Class of 2019: Trina Pratt
Trina Pratt has spent the past six years juggling life as a student, researcher, teacher, volunteer, mentor, and single mother.  Next week, when she walks... Read More >


Linux Production Server (ile.uncg.edu) – Planned Downtime
Who: Students, faculty, and staff What: Linux production server (ile.uncg.edu) maintenance When: Monday, December 16, 2019, through Friday, December 20, 2019 Why: The physical server that houses the ile.uncg.edu environment will be moved from the Bryan data center to the McNutt data center. During this time, ile.uncg.edu service may be intermittent or unavailable. Should you [Read More]
Planned Downtime for Campus Network – Fiber Maintenance and Data Center Redundancy Testing | Friday, December 20
Who: All users of UNCG network, internet, and voice services What: Planned downtime for all campus network, internet, and voice services (including IP phones) When: Friday, December 20, 2019, 12:01 a.m. – 7:00 a.m. Why: Information Technology Services (ITS) contractors will perform fiber maintenance in Greensboro, NC. Testing will be performed during this time to ensure [Read More]
New Sign-in Process for Office 365 Services, ServiceNow (6-TECH Portal), and Other Services
On December 16, logins for the following services will change to a new streamlined process: Office 365 Services ServiceNow (including Self-Service Portal at 6tech.uncg.edu) Veoci (Emergency Management) This new login process eliminates the current double login and provides advanced security measures for users. The new process for logging into the services listed above require the [Read More]
Update (RESOLVED): Software Access Issue
Update: 11/22/2019, 10:18 a.m. On November 22, 2019, between approximately 8:30 a.m. and 10:15 a.m., there was an issue that affected software access. ITS confirms that the issue is resolved and service is restored. We apologize for any inconvenience. For technical assistance, please submit a 6-TECH ticket, call 6-TECH at (336) 256-TECH (8324), or email [Read More]
Multiple Buildings – Planned Wireless Network Downtime
Who: Students, faculty, and staff What: Planned downtime for the wireless network in the following buildings: 500 Forest St. Mossman Eberhart When: Monday, November 25, 2019, through Wednesday, November 27, 2019 Wireless access points will be upgraded in the buildings listed above during the week of November 25. During the upgrade, wireless service may be [Read More]


Men's Soccer's Casey Penland Receives All-Region Honors
Senior defender Casey Penland earns All-Region honors from United Soccer Coaches
Neal Paces Spartans at JDL College Classic
Neal Paces Spartans at JDL College Classic
UNCG Men's Basketball Holds Off Highlanders
UNCG Men's Basketball Holds Off Highlanders in 60-58 final
Soliman Sets Three-Point Record in Home Win
Soliman Sets Three-Point Record in Home Win
UNCG Men's Basketball Faces Road Contest At Radford
The Spartans look for their fifth straight win, playing at Radford this Saturday


Farewell for Now: Editor-in-Chief Krysten Heberly
Krysten HeberlyEditor-in-Chief When I was first offered the job as Editor-in-Chief of The Carolinian, I had no idea what a ride I was in for. Between the long nights, the hard decisions and the complete annihilation of the Oxford Comma... Read More ›
FDA Manager Speaks at UNC-Greensboro
By Marisa Sloan Staff Writer Anyone who has taken prescription medication, gotten a flu shot, worn makeup or eaten food in the United States has benefitted from the work of the United States Food and Drug Administration (FDA). According to... Read More ›
Microbiologist Visits UNCG to Talk About Life Beneath the Sea Floor
By Marisa Sloan Staff Writer Dr. Julie Huber, an associate scientist of marine chemistry and geochemistry at the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, has rubbed shoulders with the likes of United Nations officials and Bill Nye. On Nov. 8, Huber spoke... Read More ›
Supremacist Manifesto at Syracuse University?
Rachel SpinellaStaff Writer On Nov. 21 of 2019, according to CBS News, reports were made that a white supremacist manifesto was sent to students of Syracuse University through AirDrop. However, two days ago, the chancellor stated that it was likely... Read More ›
What to do about Hate Groups
Megan PociaskStaff Writer The ultra-divisive hate group, Westboro Baptist Church made multiple stops at various universities throughout North Carolina, including Guilford College, Duke, and UNCG last Monday on November 18.  Though they legally could not be stopped, the arrival of... Read More ›