The University of West Georgia College of Social Sciences and the Community Foundation of West Georgia held their fourth annual All-College Service Day on Friday, August 26. Students, faculty, and staff volunteered at various community based projects and organizations in the City of Carrollton and on campus.

Good Deeds: College of Social Sciences Holds Fourth All College Service Day

The University of West Georgia College of Social Sciences and the Community Foundation of West Georgia held their fourth annual All-College Service Day on Friday, August 26. Students, faculty, and staff volunteered at various community based projects and organizations in the City of Carrollton and on campus.

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A lot of people may only think of voting every two to four years, but Board of Elections and Registration officials think about it every day. And in Carroll County, which boasts 30 polling stations, there’s a lot to think about.

Polling Place: UWG, County Student Poll Worker Program Goes Statewide

A lot of people may only think of voting every two to four years, but Board of Elections and Registration officials think about it every day. And in Carroll County, which boasts 30 polling stations, there's a lot to think about.

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“I had my first cluster headache when I was 22 years old.  I burst out of the room while the professor was still talking.  I ran into the quad, which was all beautiful concrete, laid down on my knees, and slammed my head against the floor to knock myself out.”

Are You One in 1,000? UWG Professor Launches International Research Study on Cluster Headaches

"I had my first cluster headache when I was 22 years old. I burst out of the room while the professor was still talking. I ran into the quad, which was all beautiful concrete, laid down on my knees, and slammed my head against the floor to knock myself out."

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Whitney Davis, a University of West Georgia senior psychology major, recently got some serious buzz from an Instagram collage she made pairing a sculpture of the goddess Aphrodite with a picture of comedian Amy Schumer. She pointed out the similarities of the images in an effort to show that beauty comes in all shapes and sizes.

The Eye of the Beholder: Student's Post on Beauty, Amy Schumer Goes Viral

Whitney Davis, a University of West Georgia senior psychology major, recently got some serious buzz from an Instagram collage she made pairing a sculpture of the goddess Aphrodite with a picture of comedian Amy Schumer. She pointed out the similarities of the images in an effort to show that beauty comes in all shapes and sizes.

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