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Photo of The Week

Owen Langford, Editor March 21, 2024

Ashlee captures action while out walking on the beach for this week's top photo winner via the JOUR 3420 class.

HOPE Scholarship Hits the Jackpot

HOPE Scholarship Hits the Jackpot

Owen Langford February 23, 2023

The lottery in Georgia does more than give residents hope of making a small fortune overnight, it also helps fund scholarships for Georgia school systems. With several large jackpots up for grabs over...

Reviving the Ride: Equestrian Club is Back and Better than Ever

Reviving the Ride: Equestrian Club is Back and Better than Ever

Owen Langford February 20, 2023

The University of North Georgia Equestrian club flies under the radar, but has found a lot of success during its time on campus. The club is based in Dahlonega, but is open to all five of UNG’s campuses,...

UNG Student Balances Life and Athletic Career

UNG Student Balances Life and Athletic Career

Owen Langford January 19, 2023

Ishmael Hollis began playing basketball at six years old. At that age it is hard to envision making a career out of the game, but Hollis now 30, can safely say that he has been able to do so. Hollis played...

Love Your Story: Become a Disability Ally

Love Your Story: Become a Disability Ally

Owen Langford October 27, 2022

One of the hardest things parents have to deal with is when their child is sick and in pain and there is little they can do to help. Abigail Burle knows how heavy this can weigh on one's shoulders and...

Handing out food Photo by Carson Darracott

Mission Work in Honduras

Owen Langford October 20, 2022

Helping those in need is a defining characteristic of the Christain church, and answering the call to do these works is an element that most people would shy away from. Carson Darracott, a fourth-year...

Trust Park Photo by Evan Keimig

Georgia Sports on My Mind

Owen Langford October 4, 2022

  Georgia sports has brought nothing but pain and suffering to its fans over the last 30 years. Before last year, the state's most recent title came in 1995 courtesy of the Atlanta Braves.This precedent...

First LPH meeting of the semester Photo by Owen Langford.

Welcome Back Lambda Pi Eta

Owen Langford September 29, 2022

  Fraternity Lambda Pi Eta has returned to the University of North Georgia’s Gainesville campus after a three-year hiatus. The fraternity disappeared from campus in March of 2020 due to the COVID-19...

New apartments and clothing stores in downtown Gainesville. Photo by Owen Langford

Gainesville’s Extreme Makeover

Owen Langford September 20, 2022

The city of Gainesville has only ever been known for being the poultry capital of the world, but Mayor Sam Couvillon has plans to change that.  Gainesville has already undergone substantial changes....

Photo by Jennifer Kot

Be a “Deer”: Practice Conservation

Owen Langford September 20, 2022

It is the beginning of a new deer season in North Georgia, with bow season opening on Sept.10th, muzzleloader on Oct. 15, and firearm on Oct. 22.Georgia ranks 27th out of the 50 states in the percentage...

Candle-lit moment of silence Photo by Karla Grace Langford.

UNG Remembers 9/11

Owen Langford September 13, 2022

    Sept. 11 is an important day in American history and a day that really resonates with the University of North Georgia.UNG hosted its yearly 9/11 memorial Thursday night on the drill field at the...

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