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Award-winning author Reyna Grande visits campus to engage with students

Award-winning author and memoirist Reyna Grande visited campus last week to meet and speak with students about her book “The Distance Between Us,” this year’s... Read More >

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Students, faculty explore fairy tales with ‘Dread and Delight’

Autumn is transformative. Changing leaves, fall harvests, new friends, mid-semester exams. And at UNC Greensboro’s Weatherspoon Art Museum: “wolves that pose as grandmothers, pumpkins that... Read More >

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11 Spartans recognized at Notable Latinos of the Triad event

UNC Greensboro students, faculty and staff were recently recognized at the 2018 Notable Latinos of the Triad event, the annual gala for the Latino Community... Read More >

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UNCG to cancel classes, activities at 2 p.m. Thursday

As Hurricane Michael continues to move inland, UNC Greensboro and our Emergency Management Team have been in consultation with state and local officials while closely... Read More >

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Professor explores role of evil in video games

It’s become a popular debate in contemporary society: Are video games causing young people to become more violent? Or are they just another form of... Read More >

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There’s No Delete Button on the Internet
When sharing personal information on the internet, you should always proceed carefully. A good practice is to ask yourself this question before posting: “Am I comfortable sharing this information with the whole world? Forever?” Remember: Information shared online can never be completely removed from the internet. The internet is a global collection of websites, host [Read More]
UPDATE (Resolved): Issues with Duo Temporarily Affecting Logins
UPDATE (Resolved): 10/16/2018, 1:10 p.m. An issue at Duo Security, Inc., our two-factor authentication (2FA) vendor, occurred today between 11:30 a.m. and 12:30 p.m. It affected UNCG’s Duo service, which prevented logins to multiple services. Duo service is restored and functioning normally. ITS and Duo Security, Inc will continue to monitor service. ITS apologizes for [Read More]
Baseball Locker Room and Training Facility – Planned Downtime | Wednesday, October 17 | 5:45 a.m. – 6:30 a.m.
Who: Occupants of the Baseball Locker Room and Training Facility. What: Planned downtime for network services for the Baseball Locker Room and Training Facility. When: Wednesday, October 17, 5:45 a.m. to 6:30 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 [Read More]
Field Turf Maintenance Building – Planned Downtime | Tuesday, October 16 | 5:45 a.m. – 6:30 a.m.
Who: Occupants of the Field Turf Maintenance Building. What: Planned downtime for network services for the Field Turf Maintenance Building. When: Tuesday, October 16, 5:45 a.m. to 6:30 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 [Read More]
Five Reasons to Check Your Credit Report
Checking your credit report is one of the most important ways you can protect yourself online. There are many reasons you should check your credit report at least once a year. Here are five: Prevent identity theft. One of the first signs of identity theft or credit card fraud is finding unrecognized names and accounts [Read More]


Dominate Attack Leads To Men's Soccer's First Conference Victory
Dominate Attack Leads To Men's Soccer's First Conference Victory
Men's Golf Sets 54-Hole Program-Record In 2018 Autotrader Collegiate Classic
Men's Golf Sets 54-Hole Program-Record In 2018 Autotrader Collegiate Classic
Men's Golf Five Strokes Back Of Lead In Autotrader Collegiate Classic
Men's Golf Five Strokes Back Of Lead In Autotrader Collegiate Classic
Seeking First Conference Victory, UNCG Faces VMI Tuesday
Seeking First Conference Victory, UNCG Faces VMI Tuesday
Palmer Falls at the ITA Regionals Sunday
CARY, N.C. – Sophomore Ollie Palmer, of UNC Greensboro men's tennis team, fell in the third round of the consolation bracket Sunday at the ITA Regionals.


Shakori Hills: A Celebration of the Weird and Wonderful
Krysten Heberly Editor-in-Chief The first thing you notice when you walk through the gates of Shakori Hills are the smiles. Above the sounds of bluegrass from the Cabaret tent and the smell of sage wafting through the air, are the... Read More ›
“STAR” Is Back for a Third Season!
Keia Harris Arts and Entertainment Editor In September, FOX aired the third season of STAR, a show following a trio girl group based in Atlanta, and of course, we were all waiting to see the results of the many cliffhangers... Read More ›
Venom is the Kind of Dumb Fun the World Needs Right Now
Brittney Bailey Staff Writer To put it simply, Venom is a hot mess, but I would recommend it to anyone. Though it’s messy and could do with some better writing, it is an incredibly fun movie which focuses on a... Read More ›
The Art of Teaching (Dance) Teachers to Teach
Eden Landgrover Staff Writer For any education major, the scholastic apex of your college experience will be student teaching. You’ve built up your pedagogical skills for three and a half obstacle-ridden years to finally get the opportunity to begin passing... Read More ›
A Mardi Gras Experience in Greensboro
Keia Harris Arts and Entertainment Editor As the fall season rolls in, we are all rushing to enjoy these last precious days of beautiful Carolina weather. If you’re like me, after all of that studying you’ll want to spend as... Read More ›


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