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Wednesday, November 25, 2015


Pack the Stadium Saturday
Construction on Campus Center Shade Structure
Multicultural Book Discussion


Grab a friend and come cheer on the Wolves as they push toward the 2015 Division II football championship! For the first time in UWG history, the NCAA selected the University of West Georgia to host the second round playoff game on Saturday, November 28 at noon. Let's pack University Stadium like only the Wolves can! General admission tickets are $15; chair backs seats are $20. Tickets are on sale now. For more info on NCAA ticket prices, visit Playoff Central.

Construction will remain in process on the Campus Center Shade Structure through January 2016. Portions of the Campus Center Patio will be inaccessible. Please obey the fencing and construction signage. Upcoming sidewalk closures will be posted in advance to help facilitate all pedestrian traffic needs in the area. As always in a construction area, pay attention to your surroundings.

We appreciate your patience as we strive to make UWG the best comprehensive university in America – sought after to be the best place to work, learn, and succeed.

Any questions can be directed to Seth Lambert at 770-550-5503.


The Center for Diversity and Inclusion first Multicultural Book Discussion for the 2015-2016 academic year is scheduled for Friday, December 4 at noon in room 212 Row Hall. The first book chosen by the Center is “The Moor’s Account” by Pulitzer Prize finalist Laila Lalami.

The Multicultural Book discussion is designed to promote intercultural communication, education and awareness through the reading of various books that shed knowledge about disparate cultures. Since 2009 the multicultural book discussion has been opened to the university community. We have three more paperback copies of the book are available at our office. You may come over and check out a copy to be read at a more leisurely pace. Should you need more information, please contact the Center for Diversity and Inclusion at 678-839-5400.