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The Case of Marley Stevens, AKA the Grammarly Girl

The Case of Marley Stevens, AKA the Grammarly Girl

Faith Forrester February 29, 2024

Run, don’t walk, away from using spellchecker extensions for proofreading your assignments, Marley Stevens, a junior human services delivery and administration major at the UNG Dahlonega Campus says. "I...

I’m My Own Class President

I’m My Own Class President

Faith Forrester February 20, 2024

“...for me home-schooling encouraged some unhealthy patterns, while also building up strong healthy ones at the same time. It’s a double-edged sword in that sense for those who are not very extroverted...

UNG will host its inaugural virtual Graduate Student Research Symposium from April 12-13.

Registration Opens for Graduate Student Research Symposium

Chaz Mullis, Staff Editor February 13, 2024

The University of North Georgia (UNG) will host its inaugural virtual Graduate Student Research Symposium (GSRS) from April 12-13. The symposium will mark yet another significant development in UNG's graduate...

Cultural Competency Certificate Program

Promoting Equity: UNG’s Cultural Competency Certificate Program

Wesley F, Staff Writer February 1, 2024

Amidst debates surrounding Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DEI), many political influencers often portray DEI as a threat to established requirements in businesses standards while also giving them an...

University of North Georgias D2L page link to proctored exams. Photograph by Lizzy Gordon

Sacrificing Privacy for Proctored Exams

Lizzy Gordon, Staff Writer December 7, 2023

Online proctored exams are a becoming a bigger part of universities, but not every student is in favor of being under the scope. Proctoring sources such as Examity and Respondus Monitor are becoming...

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’...

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Bright Students Working Hard

Bruce Clark, Staff Writer December 5, 2023

Students who want to make the most of their college experience often turn to their honors program or an honors society in school to broaden their horizons and make themselves more marketable to prospective...

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This Online Resource Can Help Students Pick Their Professors

November 30, 2023

Students across the country in universities will most likely experience a professor or class that didn't meet their expectations. Whether students don’t like the class or professor due to methods of...

Presidents and notable figures from the University System of Georgia attended the investiture for President Shannon.

UNG President Shannon Calls for “Disruption and Accountability” at Investiture

Chaz Mullis, Staff Writer November 14, 2023

The University of North Georgia marked a historic moment on Friday, Nov. 10, as Dr. Michael P. Shannon was officially installed as the institution's 21st president. The investiture ceremony took place...

UNGs Adult Learners Webpage

Adult Learning at University of North Georgia

Bruce Clark, Staff Writer November 9, 2023

College can be a stressful time for all students, yet some have extra responsibilities to navigate. University of North Georgia defines adult learners as students 23 years or older. These students...

The University of North Georgia graduation cap and gown. Photograph by Lizzy Gordon

Encouraging Dual Enrollment

Lizzy Gordon, Staff Writer November 2, 2023

Dual enrollment offers high school students an opportunity to get ahead in their education while alongside college students. It has added a new element to universities and opened doors for those involved...

Life Happens, but School Goes On

Life Happens, but School Goes On

Sydney Velchek October 31, 2023

In a poll of 60 students at the University of North Georgia, 87% say they wish UNG permitted more unexcused absences. Patrick Charles, political science alumnus, says he is surprised that the school...

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