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UNCG kicks off 2017 Summer Sondheim Concert Series

Photo of This June, the UNCG College of Visual and Performing Arts is bringing the sounds of renowned composer and lyricist Stephen Sondheim to the Triad with... Read More >

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UNCG takes Giant Steps with Millennial Campus

Photo of Kaplan Wellness Center at nightThe University of North Carolina Board of Governors today approved a proposal from The University of North Carolina at Greensboro (UNCG) for the establishment of... Read More >

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New website offers more ways to engage with Chancellor Gilliam

Screen shot of the home page of the chancellor's websiteThe new Office of the Chancellor website launched this week with a redesign that reflects the university’s increased focus on creating meaningful engagement – and... Read More >

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Class of 2017: Ahmet Tanhan

Photo of Ahmet Tanhan talking with freshman Zargham Muhammad on steps in Foust ParkOne of the biggest barriers to accessing mental health services? For many Americans, it’s stigma. Discrimination from family, friends and coworkers can prevent individuals from... Read More >

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New WeatherSTEM tool provides real-time campus weather information

Photo of sunset over UNCG campusThere’s a new resource at UNCG, and Director of Emergency Management Zach Smith can explain how it benefits the entire campus and campus community. “I... Read More >

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Admissions & Visitors Center – Planned Downtime | Wednesday, May 24, 6:30am – 7:30am
Who:  Occupants of the Admissions & Visitors Center What: Planned downtime for network services at the Admissions & Visitors Center When: Wednesday, May 24, 6:30 am – 7:30 am 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 [Read More]
Follow-up to weekend telephone maintenance: Action required for some users
Maintenance was performed on the campus telephone system on Saturday, May 20. While most campus IP telephones had their service restored successfully, some campus IP telephones may not work until their power cables are disconnected and reconnected. NOTE – If your phone has a dial tone, you do not need to take any action. Information [Read More]
Walker Parking Deck – Planned Downtime | Thursday, May 25 | 5:30am-7:30am
Who:  Occupants of the Walker Parking Deck What: Planned downtime for network services at the Eberhart building When: Thursday, May 25, 5:30 am – 7:30 am 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 [Read More]
ITS Support for Windows OS Shifts to Windows 10
Primary support for Windows operating systems is changing from Windows 7 to Windows 10 on May 17. Following this change, Information Technology Services (ITS) will deliver all Windows computers (new or rebuilt) with Windows 10. Early in this transition, some departments, faculty, and staff will continue to use Windows 7 due to special requirements. ITS [Read More]
Windows 10 Migration for Classroom Teaching Stations
Information Technology services (ITS) is currently migrating all ITS-supported campus workstations from Windows 7 to Windows 10. Windows 10 improves over earlier versions of Windows by offering a more modern operating system that provides new capabilities and greater security. ITS staff have worked to ensure campus users have the best possible experience with Windows 10. [Read More]


Four Earn All-SoCon Honors; Webster Freshman of the Year
SPARTANBURG, S.C. – Caleb Webster (Randleman, N.C./Randleman) has been named the Southern Conference's Freshman of the Year in 2017. Webster is a first team All Southern Conference selection and is joined on the first team by sophomore outfielder Andrew Moritz (Charlotte, N.C./Providence). Senior Ben Spitznagel (Cincinnati, Ohio/Wabash Valley CC) and Cesar Trejo (Greensboro, N.C./Ragsdale) earned All-SoCon second team honors.
Women's Soccer Announces Summer Day Camp Schedule
Michael Coll Soccer Camps for Girls will be holding Girls Day Camps in June and July at UNCG. Registration will remain open until one week prior to the first day of each camp.
Baseball Secures the Three-Seed in the Upcoming SoCon Tournament Defeating Samford, 14-7
BIRMINGHAM, Ala. – Dan Loats (Eden Prairie, Minn./NIACC) turned in a stellar performance on the mound as the Spartans defeated the Samford Bulldogs, 14-7 Saturday afternoon. With the win, UNCG improves to 31-21 and 14-10 in Southern Conference play. The SoCon record gives the Spartans the three-seed in the upcoming Southern Conference Tournament Presented by Holston Gases next week in Greenville, S.C. Samford falls to 31-24, and 11-13 in SoCon play and earns the six-seed in next week's tournament.
Samford's Two-out Rallies Sinks Baseball on Friday Night
BIRMINGHAM, Ala. – A pair of two-out rallies were too much to overcome for UNCG baseball Friday night at Joe Lee Griffin Field in Birmingham, Ala. The Spartans fell to the Samford Bulldogs 7-1, with six of Samford's runs being scored with two outs. UNCG falls to 30-21 on the season, and are now 13-10 in Southern Conference play. The Samford Bulldogs improve to 31-23, and 11-12 in the SoCon.
Baseball Drops Series Opener at Samford
BIRMINGHAM, Ala. – The Spartan offense couldn't string anything together against Samford's Mikhail Cazenave Friday night as UNCG dropped the series opener 4-0. The Spartans managed four hits in the contest, falling to 30-20 on the season and 13-9 in Southern Conference play. Samford improves to 30-23, and 10-12 in league play.


A Night of Gershwin Theatre at Triad Stage
Annalee Glatus Staff Writer This past weekend saw the first production of “The Memory of All That: A Cabaret of Gershwin Songs” by the Touring Theatre of North Carolina at the upstage […]
Tax Day Protests
  Zachary Weaver News Editor On Saturday, April 15, demonstrations were held nationwide to demand that President Donald Trump release his tax returns. The protests refer to Trump’s failure to release his […]
March For Science
  Jayce Shore Staff Writer Marches were held across the nation for the March For Science movement on April 22, which is known as Earth Day. The March For Science is a […]
Greensboro creates map of city’s public art
Maryam Mohamed      Staff Writer Greensboro is a city that heavily embellishes its community with art decor and other adornments. Colleges, sidewalks, buildings, neighborhoods and even libraries are all profoundly decorated. […]
April 18 City Council Meeting
  Sarah Purnell Staff Writer On Tuesday, April 18, the City Council met in the Council Chamber in the Melvin Municipal Building in Downtown Greensboro.   Among the topics discussed at the […]