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The UNG 2024 Earth Day Celebration is Here

The UNG 2024 Earth Day Celebration is Here

Bruce Clark, Staff Editor April 11, 2024

The University of North Georgia’s Department of Biology partners with Students for Environmental Awareness (SEA) each year to put together an Earth Day celebration on the Gainesville campus. This...

New Charges Added to the Kouri Richins Case

New Charges Added to the Kouri Richins Case

Bruce Clark, Staff Editor April 9, 2024

Kouri Richins, the woman accused of murdering her husband shortly before authoring a children’s book about grief, has found herself grappling with another charge of attempted murder ahead of her preliminary...

Al Gomez, owner, in front of Gomez Boxing Club’s “Wolfpack” mural.

Gomez Boxing: Bringing A Mexican-American Style to Gainesville

Bruce Clark, Staff Editor March 26, 2024

Al Gomez, owner of Gomez Boxing Club, has been on a long journey ever since starting his business. Gomez was always interested in boxing, however he pursued it at a later age than his borther, Julio...

Mitch McConnell Steps Down Amid Cries about Aging Politicians

Mitch McConnell Steps Down Amid Cries about Aging Politicians

Bruce Clark, Staff Editor March 26, 2024

Sen. Mitch McConnell announced his decision to step down as House Minority Leader, causing ripple effects throughout both parties. Sen. McConnell plans to finish out his term as Republican senator of...

The flyer for International Night.

Gainesville Black Student Union To Host International Night

Bruce Clark, Staff Writer February 27, 2024

The Black Student Union, a student group on the University of North Georgia’s Gainesville campus, is gearing up for their newest event: a talent show titled International Night, which takes place on...

Jennifer Crumbley is escorted from the courtroom by police after her verdict is delivered.

Mother of Oxford Shooter Found Guilty

Bruce Clark, Staff Editor February 22, 2024

Jennifer Crumbley, the mother of the 2021 Oxford High School shooter, was convicted on four counts of involuntary manslaughter by a jury on Feb. 6. Jennifer and James Crumbley were arrested at a Detroit...

Flyer for Campus Love Notes, Nighthawks Entertainments newest event. Photo from Nighthawks Entertainments UNG Connect page

Nighthawks Entertainment To Host ‘Campus Love Notes’ On Valentines Day

Bruce Clark, Staff Editor February 13, 2024

Nighthawks Entertainment gave students a first look at their upcoming Valentine’s Day event with a flyer advertising fun and romance. According to President Elias Quintero, “Campus Love Notes is...

Photo courtesy of Chi Phis website

New Chi Phi Fraternity To Host Charity Drive All Month

Bruce Clark, Staff Editor February 9, 2024

Chi Phi’s newest chapter will be opening with a bang on the University of North Georgia’s Dahlonega campus. According to Dakota Spivey, a new member of Chi Phi, the fraternity is planning to hold...

The Gibraltar Eagle bulk carrier, Jan. 15, before being fired upon by Houthi terrorists.

The Problem With Trade In The Red Sea

Bruce Clark, Staff Editor January 30, 2024

On Jan. 17, the Biden administration renamed the Houthi rebels to the list of terror groups following their attempts to hold up the shipping process in the Suez Canal and Bab al-Mandab Strait. The terrorist...

Photo Courtesy of UNG Gainesville

BREAKING: False Alarm For Fire In Gainesville Student Center

Bruce Clark, Staff Editor January 26, 2024

The Gainesville Student Center was evacuated for a short time on Thursday, Jan. 25, due to a false alarm of a fire in the building. Police and firefighters were on the scene, swept the building, and...

Finishing Strong: Seniors at UNG

Finishing Strong: Seniors at UNG

Bruce Clark, Staff Writer December 7, 2023

Many problems arise for University of North Georgia seniors that hinder their ability to dig into their coursework. Entering the workforce, applying for graduation, senioritis and more can affect students’...

Christmas Comes to Green Street

Christmas Comes to Green Street

Bruce Clark, Staff Writer December 5, 2023

“Christmas on Green Street,” Gainesville’s annual holiday celebration, took place on Dec. 3. Thousands crowded the sidewalks from the Civic Center all the way down Green Street to take in the sights...

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