The University of West Georgia Theatre Company begins the second half of its Rise Above season with a gripping story of prejudice and fighting against racism with “Blood at the Root,” written by Dominique Morisseau.

UWG Theatre Company Presents "Blood at the Root"

The University of West Georgia Theatre Company begins the second half of its Rise Above season with a gripping story of prejudice and fighting against racism with "Blood at the Root," written by Dominique Morisseau.

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Nearly 60 students from six high schools across the state gathered in the University of West Georgia’s Pafford Building recently to compete in the Second Annual West Georgia High School Ethics Bowl.

UWG Hosts Second Annual West Georgia High School Ethics Bowl

Nearly 60 students from six high schools across the state gathered in the University of West Georgia's Pafford Building recently to compete in the Second Annual West Georgia High School Ethics Bowl.

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University of West Georgia alum Cory Mosser ‘04 is introducing a new perspective into work environments across Atlanta. His innovative approach to creating an edible landscape for companies is changing the way employees spend their free time at work while educating them on sustainable, seasonal eating.

Edible Environments: UWG Alumnus Creatively Approaches Landscaping

University of West Georgia alum Cory Mosser '04 is introducing a new perspective into work environments across Atlanta. His innovative approach to creating an edible landscape for companies is changing the way employees spend their free time at work while educating them on sustainable, seasonal eating.

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The University of West Georgia Theatre Company and the UWG School of the Arts are excited to bring back to Carrollton Dr. Daniel Banks, co-founder and co-director of DNAWORKS, as the Michael and Andrea Stone Visiting Artist on Saturday, Feb. 1, at 7 p.m. Banks will direct a staged reading of “Dreaming Emmett,” a play written by Pulitzer Prize-winning author and Nobel laureate Toni Morrison. This event will take place in the Townsend Center Dangle Theatre on the UWG campus.

UWG to hold staged reading of Toni Morrison's "Dreaming Emmett"

The University of West Georgia Theatre Company and the UWG School of the Arts are excited to bring back to Carrollton Dr. Daniel Banks, co-founder and co-director of DNAWORKS, as the Michael and Andrea Stone Visiting Artist on Saturday, Feb. 1, at 7 p.m. Banks will direct a staged reading of "Dreaming Emmett," a play written by Pulitzer Prize-winning author and Nobel laureate Toni Morrison.

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UWG aims to teach students how to leverage their skills in many capacities, and evidence of that can be seen in alumna Jessica Reynolds. Reynolds works as the director of the Office of Downtown Development for the Georgia Department of Community Affairs where she is tasked with supporting commercial historic districts to ensure they thrive and succeed.

Creating New Perspectives: UWG Alumna Utilizes Art Degree in a Unique Way

UWG aims to teach students how to leverage their skills in many capacities, and evidence of that can be seen in alumna Jessica Reynolds. Reynolds works as the director of the Office of Downtown Development for the Georgia Department of Community Affairs where she is tasked with supporting commercial historic districts to ensure they thrive and succeed.

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