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X-Culture offers global business experience, insights

Photo of Dr. Vasyl Taras speakingManagers worldwide battle this issue. A team of capable people struggles, putting their project in jeopardy. The cause: One member isn’t pulling their weight. Some... Read More >

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Students get up close and personal with sea turtles in Costa Rica

Photo of sea turtle on the shoreTraveling the world and saving animals once felt like a pipe dream to UNCG student Leanne Murray. But after a trip to the Sea Turtle... Read More >

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Stay safe at UNCG with campus resources

Exterior photo of Gove Student Health CenterWith the start of a new year, campus safety is a top priority for UNCG. There are a number of resources on campus that students,... Read More >

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UNCG, Greensboro Grasshoppers team up to host Fan Appreciation Night

Image of baseball stadiumUNCG is bringing its 125th anniversary celebration to First National Bank Field this weekend for a special Fan Appreciation Night with the Greensboro Grasshoppers. Join fellow... Read More >

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Tweet the G: 5 ways to engage UNCG on social media

Photo of a Spartan Orientation Staff member taking a group selfie with SOAR participants.We love telling the UNCG story on social media and we’re offering new ways for Spartans to engage with us and share their campus pride.... Read More >

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ITS to Release Windows 10 Creators Update | Friday, August 18
Who: Faculty and staff with devices on the GCN running Windows 10 What: Installation of Windows 10 Creators update When: Available to install via AppCat on Friday, August 18 Deadline to install is Friday, September 29, 5:30 p.m. EST (earlier installation via AppCat is recommended) Why: There is currently a mix of Windows 10 v1511, Windows [Read More]
UPDATE (Resolved): Issue with ISP Network
Update: 8/17/2017, 2:40 p.m. Faulty network equipment, which was responsible for the earlier connectivity issue of the wired ISP network, was identified and replaced today. Connectivity on this network is working normally now and no further issues are expected. We apologize for any inconvenience this issue may have caused. If you have questions or need assistance, [Read More]
The 6-TECH Service Center has moved to the McNutt Building
We’ve moved! At the 6-TECH Service Center, we provide hands-on technical support to students, faculty, and staff for laptops and mobile devices.  Our new location is in McNutt, which is behind the MHRA building, on Forest Street. Come in the double doors of McNutt, and we are at the service window on the left. We’re [Read More]
New MyCloud Virtual Desktop for Students
MyCloud is a UNCG service that offers access to applications and virtual computer desktops over the internet. MyCloud student users have access to the Student Desktop. This new service offering expands the capability of UNCG’s virtual learning space. It provides access to a full computer desktop environment that contains much of the software used for [Read More]
Sink Garage Building- Planned Downtime | Tuesday, August 8 | 5:30am – 6:30am
Who:  Occupants of the Sink Garage Building What: Planned downtime for network services at the Sink Garage Building When: Tuesday, August 8, 5:30am to 6:30am 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 [Read More]


Big Home Weekend On Deck For UNCG Athletics
The UNCG athletic department kicks off the 2017-18 home athletic season in a big way this weekend with three marquee home events as volleyball, women's soccer and men's soccer all host key contests in a 72-hour span on campus.
Charlotte Digs Out 1-0 Win over Women's Soccer
After giving up an early goal, UNCG turned it on late to give itself late chances Monday night at Charlotte but the Spartans were unable to find an equalizer, falling to the 49ers 1-0 at Transamerica Field.
Baseball to Host Showcase Clinic Sept. 9th
GREENSBORO, N.C. – UNCG Baseball is hosting its annual Showcase Clinic at UNCG Sept. 9th from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. The clinic is for high school students, ranging from freshman to seniors. The total cost of the clinic is $125 online, and day of registration cost $150. The clinic provides all players that have aspirations to play collegiate baseball with the opportunity to demonstrate his abilities in front of numerous collegiate coaches. This clinic is a great opportunity to learn and develop as well as play at one of the nation's best baseball facilities. Questions can be emailed to linkjarrettbaseball@gmail.com, and players are responsible for their own lunch on the day of the clinic. -UNCG-
Softball to Hold Tryouts August 24 at the UNCG Softball Stadium
The UNCG softball team will hold walk-on tryouts Thursday, Aug. 24, at 4:00 p.m. the UNCG Softball Stadium. The tryout is open to any current UNCG student who has completed all required compliance and medical paperwork.
Baseball to Hold Walk-on Tryouts Sept. 6th
GREENSBORO, N.C. – UNCG baseball is set to hold its walk-on tryouts on Wednesday, Sept. 6th at 3:30 p.m. at the UNCG Baseball Stadium. The tryout is open to any current UNCG student who has completed all required compliance and paperwork. Players must be registered with the NCAA eligibility center prior to participating in the event. All paperwork must also be completed beforehand for participation in this year's tryout. Please call the baseball office at 336-334-3247 with any questions, or athletic trainer Chris Proppe (c_proppe@uncg.edu) for information regarding health questions. -UNCG-


Slaughter Beach, Dog’s Surprising Performance at Cat’s Cradle
Matthew Paterson Staff Writer Going into the Cat’s Cradle Back Room on August 9, I had absolutely no clue who I was there to see. I had just listened to a few […]
Two Bands Coming to Cat’s Cradle This Weekend
Emily Cramton Staff Writer Summer soon comes to an end for many, but not for the Cat’s Cradle in Carrboro. The seemingly endless line-up of bands and artists playing at the popular […]
“Facing Our Truth” at Triad Stage
Danielle Anderson Staff Writer On Friday and Saturday, Paper Lantern Theatre presented “Facing Our Truth” at Triad Stage in Downtown Greensboro. It featured a series of six ten minute plays written by […]
Lana Del Rey’s “Lust for Life” Album Review
Ty’Shae’ Cousar Staff Writer Lana Del Rey released her fifth studio album, “Lust for Life,” on July 21, 72 minutes in length just in time for the hopeless romantics to return to […]
A Conversation With Chastity Brown
Sam Haw Staff Writer I sat down on a porch in the sleepy neighborhood of Lindley Park to speak with Chastity Brown, a singer-songwriter touring from Minneapolis, Minnesota. Chastity’s blend of folk […]