Life

Oconee talks foster discussion of inclusivity and diversity

Diverse student leadership is a good indicator of a healthy student body, and Tiffany ...

From cancer survivor to UNG senior and future nurse — in her mid-40s

Tricia Lowrie stepped out of the bathtub exhausted after her biopsy. She grabbed a ...

A look at the stories behind the tattoos of UNG students

Whether they’re for art, self expression, acts of rebellion, portraits of reminiscences or just because, ...

UNG graduates take on entrepreneurship in downtown Dahlonega

Nestled in the Blue Ridge Mountains, Dahlonega, Georgia is known for its golden historic ...

Fill your tank and your tummy: gas station eats

The Student Resource Center cafe at UNG’s Oconee campus is finally offering hot food. ...

Meet the alternative meat: jackfruit

What the heck is jackfruit, and why is it in my burrito? Jackfruit, a ...

Hometown Harvest Hoop House lets local children grow food for those that need it

On May 10, the Appalachian Studies Center opened the Hometown Harvest Hoop House. Also ...

UNG students answer the question ‘what would you do differently?’

Sophomores and juniors at the University of North Georgia’s Oconee campus share their wisdom ...