Press Room

May 2012

Free Percussion Concert at UWG (5/23/2012)

While at UWG Stevens was the assistant director of bands.

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Aimee Copeland Inspires Many to Donate Blood (5/16/2012)

The recent blood drive in honor of Aimee Copeland at the University of West Georgia exceeded expectations so much that the school and the Shepeard Community Blood Center will team up to host another one.

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Play by UWG Professor Wins Competition, to be Produced in New Mexico (5/15/2012)

As Amy Cuomo’s play “Happy” nears its end two of the characters finally realize the truth: their disabled brother is “very, very smart.”

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Copeland Blood Drive Reaches Capacity; New Date Added (5/15/2012)

The University of West Georgia wishes to thank all the people who came out to donate blood in honor of Aimee Copeland. About 160 people came in the first hours of the blood drive.

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Larry Frazier, Teacher with a Gentle Touch, to Retire (5/14/2012)

In Larry Frazier’s first floor classroom, Dan Chalfont, a retired schoolteacher, sang “Bella Siccome un Angelo” from “Don Pasquale” during a private lesson. Chalfont waved his hands in the air – conducting himself. Frazier accompanied on the piano. He waited until Chalfant paused.

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Blood Drive for Aimee Copeland (5/11/2012)

The University of West Georgia’s Department of Psychology and the Shepeard Community Blood Center are teaming up for a blood drive in honor of Aimee Copeland.

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Astronomy Demonstration at UWG (5/2/2012)

The University of West Georgia’s Physics Department will host an astronomy demonstration lecture on May 18. The lecture is free and open to the public.

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Students Help with Newnan Planning Efforts (5/1/2012)

For generations, the Chalk Level neighborhood in Newnan was the nexus of African-American life in Coweta County, before the Civil War and afterward. Doctors, teachers, laborers lived and thrived there. Business owners, restaurateurs, beauticians and funeral directors prospered. Today, the neighborhood is the focus of efforts to revitalize the parts that have fallen into decay.

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