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Men’s Mental Health: Help is Available For Everyone

Cooper Huau December 8, 2022

“In 2020, men died by suicide 3.88 times more than women,” according to the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention. Junior accounting major, Cale Goss said, “Men’s mental health is typically...

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UNG Women’s Soccer Scores Second Straight NCAA Appearance

Cooper Huau December 6, 2022

The University of North Georgia women’s soccer team wrapped up another successful season last month. The Nighthawks finished the season with 10 wins, five losses, and three draws. The 10-win season...

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Nighthawks Are Ready to Run it Back on the Court

Cooper Huau November 2, 2022

Basketball season is days away, and both the men’s and women’s teams have a lot to be excited about. Both teams will open their seasons on the road. The women will take on Emmanuel College on Friday,...

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SGA Can Help You and Here is How

Cooper Huau November 1, 2022

The student government association handles your money, but any University of North Georgia student can give their input on how to spend it. SGA is in charge of the budgets for all clubs and organizations...

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Rifle Team Snipes a Top 15 Ranking

Cooper Huau October 25, 2022

The University of North Georgia Nighthawks rifle team achieved its highest ranking in program history following a win against Wofford College.  The rifle team earned a tie for 15th best in the country...

Campus Crime by the Numbers: A Look at the Statistics

Cooper Huau October 20, 2022

On Sept. 21 there was an incident reported on the University of North Georgia’s Gainesville campus that public safety reported, followed days later by the Annual Security and Fire Safety Report on Sept....

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UNG Men’s and Women’s Soccer Teams Move Closer to Playoffs

Cooper Huau October 12, 2022

The end of the regular season is approaching for both men’s and women’s soccer teams at the University of North Georgia, and both have a chance at postseason play. The men’s team is hanging onto...

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What It’s Like to be Nigel the Nighthawk

Cooper Huau September 20, 2022

Nigel the Nighthawk could be sitting next to you in class right now. The University of North Georgia mascot is a constant at many on-campus events, which requires more than one person who wears the suit. One...

UNG Sports in Review and Looking Forward

UNG Sports in Review and Looking Forward

Cooper Huau August 23, 2022

Many of the University of North Georgia athletic teams performed well this past year while others look to improve upon last year's performance. Sophomore Caroline Martin, from the women’s basketball...

The Start of a New School Year: Moving Onto Campus

The Start of a New School Year: Moving Onto Campus

Cooper Huau August 18, 2022

Moving onto a new college campus can be daunting, here are some questions and answers that will hopefully help you. Freshman chemistry major, Dane Hardeman said that he was curious about what paperwork...

Bear on the Square Festival Takes Over Dahlonega

Bear on the Square Festival Takes Over Dahlonega

Cooper Huau April 20, 2022

The Bear on the Square Mountain Festival will take over the Dahlonega Public Square on April 23. The event will last throughout the weekend and appeals to all ages. The festival will celebrate Appalachian...

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Women’s Basketball Finishes Top Four in the Nation

Cooper Huau April 7, 2022

The University of North Georgia women's basketball team finished the season ranked fourth in the nation following their defeat in the NCAA Division II Women's Basketball Tournament. The Nighthawk women...

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