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A behind the scenes look at the set of “Puffs”

UNG Theatre Guild Gear Up for Spring Play

Robert DiClemente, Staff Editor April 4, 2024

The University of North Georgia’s Dahlonega Theatre Guild has been preparing all semester long for its spring show, “Puffs", which finally takes the stage in April.  “Puffs” is an original...

An Update on Grammarly Girl

Faith Forrester April 2, 2024

Things are getting better for Marley Stevens, otherwise known as Grammarly Girl. She says that since she was accused of violating UNG's Student Conduct Code, she has been very stressed and has been...

Construction on the drill field

Strategic Big Bets and Footpaths

Colin McCollough April 2, 2024

Construction and plans for the future have thrown a wrench in the day-to-day lives of students. On July 1, 2023, Michael Shannon became president of the University of North Georgia. Following this,...

Airing the Dirty Laundry: $1.75 at a Time

Airing the Dirty Laundry: $1.75 at a Time

Peyton McClure March 28, 2024

Are laundromats making a comeback? Is UNG THAT broke?? You're telling me they're taxing washing machines? UNG told students that when they returned from spring break, every dorm on campus was...

Members of UNG’s Scuba Club at the Georgia Aquarium.

Dive Into The UNG Scuba Club

Robert DiClemente, Staff Editor March 21, 2024

With the University of North Georgia’s Dahlonega campus being in the mountains, scuba diving is not an activity that appears to be readily available. That has not stopped students from coming together...

UNG Baseball Club Bringing Vintage Back

UNG Baseball Club Bringing Vintage Back

Gavin Beck, Staff Editor February 15, 2024

The University of North Georgia Baseball Club is hosting the second-ever Nighthawk Vintage Market. The event will be held on the promenade field located at the Dahlonega campus on Feb. 22. The event...

UNG Block Party 2022

Crazy, Lit, UNG: A Look at Dahlonega’s Party Scene

Peyton McClure February 13, 2024

Less than four years ago, UNG had a national reputation as a school that partied in the face of a pandemic. The block party in August 2020 gained attention through social media and  news coverage....

Photo courtesy of Chi Phis website

New Chi Phi Fraternity To Host Charity Drive All Month

Bruce Clark, Staff Editor February 9, 2024

Chi Phi’s newest chapter will be opening with a bang on the University of North Georgia’s Dahlonega campus. According to Dakota Spivey, a new member of Chi Phi, the fraternity is planning to hold...

UNG Spirit Week banners hanging outside of the Hoag Student Center on the Dahlonega campus.

Spirit Week Swings Into UNG

Robert DiClemente, Staff Editor February 1, 2024

The University of North Georgia’s Spirit Week is back for the spring semester with plenty of ways to celebrate across all campuses during the week of Jan. 22.  UNG’s Spirit Week is designed to...

Steady the Wave

Alt Rock, Surfing, and Steady the Wave

Colin McCollough January 30, 2024

On Jan. 27, Canopy + the Roots welcomed local band Steady the Wave back for a second performance in the space. The setlist contained originals, faithful covers and performances of unreleased tracks. Their...

PCs with games on screen, gaming chairs.

Next Level Fun: Hoag Game Room is Open

Faith Forrester January 25, 2024

The game room on the third floor of Hoag has a marketing problem. It was previously a computer lab, and last semester, SGA refurbished it with gaming chairs, monitors, and a large TV. But at Monday's meeting...

The food pantry on Dahlonega Campus.

UNG Food Bank: Working to Combat Student Food Insecurity

Wesley F., Staff Writer December 14, 2023

Recent data from the National Center for Education Statistics uncovers a disturbing trend in higher education: About 4 million students are grappling with food insecurity, underscoring an urgent need for...

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