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North Georgia Women’s Soccer Ties with Flagler in Ranked Matchup

Robert DiClemente September 26, 2023

In a game that went back and forth for the full 90 minutes, No. 18 North Georgia Women’s Soccer ended its matchup with No. 11 Flagler College in a 2-2 tie on Saturday, Sept. 23.  This highly anticipated...

Rylan Lawyer, BSN Major at UNG Oconee

The Right Foot: How UNG Freshmen Can Set Themselves Up For Success

Bruce Clark, Staff Writer September 15, 2023

For many college freshmen, the first semester of college is a daunting task. Rylan Lawyer, a freshman BSN major at the University of North Georgia’s Oconee campus, said she “plan[s] lots before school...

UNG Soccer Teams Split Matchup With Young Harris in Battle of Blood Mountain

UNG Soccer Teams Split Matchup With Young Harris in Battle of Blood Mountain

Robert DiClemente September 12, 2023

For the 11th straight season, the University of North Georgia Men’s and Women’s Soccer took on rival Division II school Young Harris College in one of the first matchups for the Battle of Blood Mountain.  The...

President Shannon poses with Nigel at the Fall 2023 Kickoff on the Dahlonega Campus. Photo by the University of North Georgia.

UNG’s New President: ‘We have an opportunity for impact.’

Braydi Burnett September 5, 2023

Impact is one of the University of North Georgia’s president, Michael Shannon’s biggest goals. While he says he wants more students to enroll at the university, it’s not his main priority. “If...

UNG Mourns Late Political Science Professor

UNG Mourns Late Political Science Professor

Chaz Mullis, Writer September 5, 2023

The University of North Georgia announced the passing of Dr. Leander Kellogg, who died on Aug. 17, 2023 at the age of 50. Kellogg’s obituary states that he battled cancer for two years alongside his...

North Georgia Championship graphic being displayed at Haines and Carolyn Hill stadium at Lynn Cottrell Park after North Georgia won the Division Two National Championship. Photo by Devin Kupka

UNG Brings Home It’s Second Softball National Championship

Devin Kupka June 9, 2023

Frost Stadium in Chattanooga played host to the 2023 NCAA Division II Softball Championships and Women's College World Series. North Georgia beat out Central Oklahoma and UT Tyler to advance to their third...

Graduating Seniors: Are You Prepared for Your Careers?

Gracie Greenich April 27, 2023

Seniors, do you feel well prepared to start your career with the help of your college experience? Read from graduating seniors who give their pieces on the college experience at the University of North...

Stress Looms Over UNG: Students Prep for Finals

Stress Looms Over UNG: Students Prep for Finals

Olivia Prevette April 25, 2023

Students have their eyes set on summer break and are pushing hard to get through the stress of finals. UNG is offering various methods to help students relax, such as therapy dog visits, De-Stress Fest...

Whatre you doing in my swamp?

What’re you doing in my swamp?

Eli Hogan April 25, 2023

Every year, around 500,000 people come to visit Georgia’s Okefenokee Swamp and Wildlife Refuge. There, they can see thousands of species of both flora and fauna. Roughly, 600 plant species, around 200...

Projects Over Tests: New Way of Taking On Finals

Projects Over Tests: New Way of Taking On Finals

Amanda Murray April 25, 2023

Tests are out projects are in. With finals just a few weeks away, University of North Georgia students study or finish their projects. When asked whether they preferred final exams or projects, 90...

Drunk Birds: Flying Under the Influence

Drunk Birds: Flying Under the Influence

Megan Nelson April 25, 2023

Georgia Department of Natural Resources issued a statement in early April that warned of a rather amusing problem- drunk birds. As funny as it may sound, it's no laughing matter when the intoxication proves...

Photo by: Tim Gouw

How Burnout Impacts Students

Adriana Hernandez April 25, 2023

As finals season approaches, many students gain little motivation to study for their exams. They do not feel inspired to study the same way they did at the start of the semester. Videos displaying #burntoutschool...

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