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Let the Dahlonega Apartment Hunt Begin

Let the Dahlonega Apartment Hunt Begin

Luke Rowe December 9, 2021

After Freshman year is finally over, for many it is time to find an apartment near campus. This can be a long and grueling process, so here are the most popular options for student apartment housing close...

Get a Job or a Drink at Cracker Barrel

Get a Job or a Drink at Cracker Barrel

Luke Rowe December 7, 2021

Many students need to work a job throughout their school years and Cracker Barrel is one of many options and they have alcoholic drinks now. Students need a job that is flexible with the busy schedules...

Photo By Michael Wilson

Adventure Awaits Just Outside Campus

Luke Rowe December 2, 2021

Pretty days can’t be wasted in North Georgia. Iron Mountain Resort allows you to explore the mountains in a fun, adventurous way with all your family and friends. The off-road park has 4,300 acres of...

Becoming the Ultimutt Puppy Parent

Becoming the ‘Ultimutt’ Puppy Parent

Luke Rowe November 18, 2021

College students spend most of their time doing school and trying to stay ahead on assignments, but sometimes it’s nice to have some company. Matthew Nolan, a sophomore business major at the University...

The cobra on the Tuscon Dragway for a photoshoot.

On the Road Again: The Trip from Georgia to California

Luke Rowe November 11, 2021

The trip out West started off at 7 a.m. with loading up in the motorhome and filling up with fuel. Jordan Fields, a sophomore business major at the University of North Georgia, his father Jason Fields,...

Photo By Luke Rowe

Where Dahlonega Found it’s Gold

Luke Rowe October 21, 2021

Walmart isn't the only gold mine in Dahlonega. The Consolidated Gold Mine, right off Walmart Way, started in 1895 after a 22-foot-thick vein of gold was discovered on the property. The mine was active...

By Luke Rowe

The Road to SEMA

Luke Rowe October 14, 2021

It all started on Oct. 6, 2019, with a fire that destroyed the barn containing a 1965 Shelby Cobra built by Jason Fields. The devastating loss of the car inspired a desire to build a second car. But...

By Luke Rowe

Women’s Soccer Scores Big on Spirit Night

Luke Rowe October 6, 2021

University of North Georgia women’s soccer team had a 3-0 win against University of South Carolina Aiken on Wednesday night. UNG students and teammates came prepared for spirit night at the Lynn Cottrell...

Photo by Luke Rowe

Yoga Flow and Where it Can Go

Luke Rowe September 16, 2021

If you are looking for a fun, relaxing way to start your day, Canopy and the Roots has you covered with yoga classes alongside your morning coffee. The café offers a high energy class to get you moving...

Photo by Luke Rowe. Photo from inside the local carnival.

The Carnival Comes to Dawsonville

Luke Rowe September 9, 2021

If you were headed up to Dahlonega, you may have passed the Amusements of America carnival at the North Georgia Premium Outlets. The carnival had free admission with a small charge per ride and any concessions. The...

A man outside of Kilwins playing the banjo on the Dahlonega Square. Photo by Luke Rowe

Dahlonega Gold on The Square

Luke Rowe March 28, 2021

With COVID-19 shutting down most of the events on the UNG campus, Kilwins is the place for students to go have a fun experience and a sweet taste in their mouth. With at least 20% of Kilwins customers...

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