UWG Hosts Record-Breaking Flu Vaccination Clinic
The University of West Georgia recently hosted a record-breaking flu vaccination clinic, vaccinating more than 375 students, faculty and staff. UWG's Health Services annually provides flu shots for students, faculty and staff in the hopes of keeping the campus safe and healthy during flu season.
'He'd Be Proud': Bowdon Couple Establishes Scholarship in Son's Memory
Charles Huey loved the families who lived along his postal route. To Chuck, as he was called, these residents of Carroll County were more than just the people to whom he delivered the annual birthday cards from grandma or items bought online. They were members of his extended family. Huey loved the residents on his route so much so that when his parents, Johnnie and Edna Huey, established an endowed scholarship in his memory at the University of West Georgia, they asked to include a clause that preference would be given to students who lived along their late son's route.
Giving Students a Voice: UWG Hosts College Radio Day
The WOLF Internet Radio at the University of West Georgia recently hosted College Radio Day with another successful turnout of student participation. College Radio Day, a globally organized event, has been hosted at universities, including UWG, for the past eight years. Since its inception, College Radio Day has been a huge success among students, allowing them to express themselves through creative radio programming.
Lending Aid: UWG Facilities Assists ASU with Cleanup after Hurricane Michael
Hurricane Michael tore through Florida and South Georgia, leaving miles and miles of destruction and lives turned upside down. Thanks to Michael, Albany State University lost hundreds of trees, leaving the campus in terrible condition. When Lee Howell, ASU's director of Facilities Management, sent out a call for help on Friday, Oct. 12, the University of West Georgia was soon to respond.
UWG Earns No. 2 Seeding in NCAA Division II Football Playoffs
Head coach David Dean and the West Georgia football program will return to the NCAA Division II Football Playoffs in 2018, and the Wolves will be the No. 2 seed in this year's bracket, playing host to the 7th-seed Wingate Bulldogs in the first round on Saturday, Nov. 17.