Already a decorated and award-winning college radio station, the WOLF Internet Radio at the University of West Georgia continues to bring in more accolades. Recently, the station placed high in the College Media Association’s National Film and Audio Festival, held in Washington, D.C.

The WOLF Keeps Howling: Gaining Ground in the World of College Radio

Already a decorated and award-winning college radio station, the WOLF Internet Radio at the University of West Georgia continues to bring in more accolades. Recently, the station placed high in the College Media Association's National Film and Audio Festival, held in Washington, D.C.

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You hold your phone up so it can scan your face. It unlocks. You tap the icons to open Instagram, YouTube, whatever. You look in the corner of your phone to see that reassuring symbol that says you’re connected to Wi-Fi.

Get Connected: UWG Completes Multi-Year Fiber Ring Project

You hold your phone up so it can scan your face. It unlocks. You tap the icons to open Instagram, YouTube, whatever. You look in the corner of your phone to see that reassuring symbol that says you're connected to Wi-Fi.

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The University of West Georgia’s Richards College of Business will host a speaker next month whose vast experience in the financial industry will offer unique insight and wisdom to those in attendance.

UWG's BB&T Lecture to Feature King, CEO of Truist

The University of West Georgia's Richards College of Business will host a speaker next month whose vast experience in the financial industry will offer unique insight and wisdom to those in attendance.

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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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Dr. Susana Velez-Castrillon, associate professor in the Richards College of Business at the University of West Georgia, is conducting research on the topic of food deserts in Carroll County and the impact they have on communities.

Access to Fresh Food: Professor Researches Food Deserts in Surrounding Communities

Dr. Susana Velez-Castrillon, associate professor in the Richards College of Business at the University of West Georgia, is conducting research on the topic of food deserts in Carroll County and the impact they have on communities.

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