The languid Chattahoochee River on a hot summer day as it winds its way through Trinity, Alabama. Taken by Steven Broome while on a photo shoot.
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With just days remaining before the opening of University Stadium, UWG Athletics officials said season ticket sales for the Wolves’ 2009 season are going strong and that there are good seats still available.
Dr. Micheal Crafton, professor of English at the University of West Georgia, has accepted the position of interim provost and vice president for Academic Affairs at Clayton State University.
For the sixth consecutive year, UWG has been recognized by the Princeton Review for being a Best Southeastern College.
A newly published book on how social media is affecting higher education in the classroom is reviewed in the Chronicle of Higher Education.
The Center for Public History is getting some attention with the opening of the Allman Brothers House scheduled for December. A West Georgia museum studies alum is coordinator.
Curious about what students at West Georgia are doing to pay for their education?
Brad Yates, associate professor of mass communications, is on sabbatical to research and create an Internet radio station on campus. To read about metro campus radio stations, go to this month’s top story at ARCHE.