Chinese literature, yoga and meditation, geography of Asia or Buddhism—do any of these interest you? These are some topics to be covered in a few of the classes offered under the new, multidisciplinary Asian Studies minor at the University of West Georgia.

UWG Adds Asian Studies Minor

Chinese literature, yoga and meditation, geography of Asia or Buddhism--do any of these interest you? These are some topics to be covered in a few of the classes offered under the new, multidisciplinary Asian Studies minor at the University of West Georgia.

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With genres spanning from middle grade adventure fantasy to young adult mysteries to adult science fiction, it’s no wonder that bestselling author A.J. Hartley has been called a literary shapeshifter. The English department and the College of Arts and Humanities recently welcomed the internationally known writer back to the University of West Georgia.

UWG Hosts International Bestselling Author

With genres spanning from middle grade adventure fantasy to young adult mysteries to adult science fiction, it's no wonder that bestselling author A.J. Hartley has been called a literary shapeshifter. The English department and the College of Arts and Humanities recently welcomed the internationally known writer back to the University of West Georgia.

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UWG theatre alumnus and double-leg amputee Eric Graise (‘15), who achieved somewhat of a pop icon status as Stump Leg Walker and Fallen Tree Zombie in AMC’s the Walking Dead, is now poised to star in Step Up: High Water, a YouTube Red series based on the dance drama multimedia franchise and produced by actor Channing Tatum.

Hail to the King: Alumnus Cast on Upcoming Hit Show

UWG theatre alumnus and double-leg amputee Eric Graise ('15), who achieved somewhat of a pop icon status as Stump Leg Walker and Fallen Tree Zombie in AMC's the Walking Dead, is now poised to star in Step Up: High Water, a YouTube Red series based on the dance drama multimedia franchise and produced by actor Channing Tatum.

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Raised by a single mother in the foothills of the Appalachian Mountains in Eaton, Ga., University of West Georgia alumna Alex Ingle ‘14 drew everything around her—especially people. As an art student at UWG, her first assignment was a social construct piece in which she either celebrated or rejected, and this piece is always something she returns to in her mind.

Artist Alex Ingle Returns Home to UWG

Raised by a single mother in the foothills of the Appalachian Mountains in Eaton, Ga., University of West Georgia alumna Alex Ingle '14 drew everything around her--especially people. As an art student at UWG, her first assignment was a social construct piece in which she either celebrated or rejected, and this piece is always something she returns to in her mind.

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To kick off the 2017-2018 school year, the University of West Georgia’s Theatre Company will present Godspell Sept. 27-Oct. 1. A classic, family musical, Godspell was written by John-Michael Tebelak and Stephen Schwartz and was produced on Broadway in 1971.

UWG Theatre Company presents Godspell

To kick off the 2017-2018 school year, the University of West Georgia's Theatre Company will present Godspell Sept. 27-Oct. 1. A classic, family musical, Godspell was written by John-Michael Tebelak and Stephen Schwartz and was produced on Broadway in 1971.

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