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A Season to Remember

Anna Kate Clark April 11, 2022

The University of North Georgia’s women’s basketball team stepped out on the court with many goals in mind which have been accomplished in the 2021-22 basketball season.  As soon as the team stepped...

COVID-19 Conscious Concerts

COVID-19 Conscious Concerts

Anna Kate Clark December 15, 2021

With vaccination rates on the rise, performers are touring again. Some artists are performing rescheduled concerts while others are touring after releasing a new album during the pandemic. Many venues...

Player Spotlight: Womens Basketball Player Julianne Sutton

Player Spotlight: Women’s Basketball Player Julianne Sutton

Anna Kate Clark December 7, 2021

Julianne Sutton is a senior at the University of North Georgia’s Dahlonega campus who has been playing basketball for the Nighthawks since she began her college career in 2017. Sutton began playing...

Decorative photo of a Christmas Tree

Christmastime is Here

Anna Kate Clark December 2, 2021

Christmas is just around the corner and cities around the University of North Georgia’s campuses are hosting FREE events all throughout the holiday season. In Gainesville, Christmas on Green Street...

Jaemor is all decorated for their fall Harvest Celebration

Fall Fun and Festivities on the Farm

Anna Kate Clark October 5, 2021

Fall is in full swing and so is the Harvest Celebration at Jaemor Farm.  Located in Alto, the more than 500-acre farm is just 20 minutes away from the Gainesville campus. It is a family-owned and operated...

Truist Park at 33% capacity during last Tuesday’s game against the Miami Marlins. Photo by Anna Kate Clark

Take Me Out to the Ball Game… Safely

Anna Kate Clark April 22, 2021

Seeing a light at the end of the COVID-19 tunnel, Atlanta Braves baseball is easing up on its in-person game viewing restrictions. On March 12, the Braves made a statement saying, “Modified seating...

Revive promotional poster courtesy of Sofie Long

College Ministry and Extracurriculars- Pandemic Edition

Anna Kate Clark March 18, 2021

With the physical restrictions that come with COVID-19 precautions, forming new friendships on a college campus is more difficult than ever, but getting involved at the University of North Georgia is a...

Michael Garrett and NBC cameraman right after Chase Elliot won the Cup Series Championship (Photo by Anna Kate Clark)

The Dawsonville Pool Room – Burgers, Billiards, and NASCAR

Anna Kate Clark March 11, 2021

Settled right by the Dawsonville town square is the Dawsonville Pool Room, known for its food, racing memorabilia, and famous customers. According to the Dawsonville Pool Room’s website, Gordon Pirkle’s...

Would your peers take the COVID-19 vaccine?

Would your peers take the COVID-19 vaccine?

Anna Kate Clark March 4, 2021

With the COVID-19 vaccine being released, some students are skeptical of the quick creation and approval of the vaccine, while others rejoice that there is a glimmer of hope in the journey to returning...

Harris attended West Virginia University where she got her B.A. in psychology and her M.A. in counseling psychology and ultimately her medical degree at a time when women of color were not encouraged to pursue a career in the medical field. She completed her residency in psychiatry at Emory University which encouraged her to continue her career and life in Atlanta.

Dr. Patrice Harris Speaks About Leadership for Black History Month

Anna Kate Clark February 19, 2021

According to Dr. Patrice A. Harris, President of the American Medical Association, leadership isn’t a title, parking spot, or promotion, it’s "the little things that we do every day that can inspire...

UNG mens basketball team huddles during home game (Photo courtesy of Walker McCrary)

Mask Up! Nighthawks Are Welcoming Spectators

Anna Kate Clark February 17, 2021

At the University of North Georgia, 12 out of 13 sports are in season right now and are welcoming spectators! In order to comply with CDC and NCAA guidelines, fans should expect changes for the 2021 spring...

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