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Faculty Senate meeting Wednesday, Nov. 1, 3 p.m., Alumni House, Virginia Dare Room Faculty Talk: Heather Holian, publishing on Pixar films Friday, Nov. 3, 12 p.m., Weatherspoon Art Museum Guest Artist Recital: US Navy Commodores Jazz Ensemble Tuesday, Nov. 7, 7:30 p.m., Recital Hall “Etty,” by Susan Stein Wednesday, Nov. 8, 7 p.m., Ferguson 100 […]

As the end of the semester nears, here is the publishing schedule for Campus Weekly. CW will publish next week and on Nov. 15. CW will not publish the week of Thanksgiving, but will return on Nov. 29. It will continue publishing weekly through Dec. 13 (which is the week after Commencement). CW will take […]

The UNCG Staff Senate Service Committee is organizing numerous volunteer opportunities for any university staff or faculty that would like to volunteer with Out of the Garden Project. Their Fresh Mobile Markets take place at 4-6 high need schools and food deserts every week. They distribute between 50–70 Ibs of food per family. Depending on […]

A mysterious invitation is floating around campus. “You’re invited to dinner,” it begins. “It’s a dinner party that goes wrong, you could say,” said sophomore Carrie Jester, who is the chair of this year’s haunted house in Mary Foust Residence Hall, home of Ashby Residential College. The one-night, large-scale production is created entirely by students […]

Homecoming 2017 has ended, and it was bigger than ever. See a collection of social media videos and photos. Founders Day 2017 was bigger than ever as well – with a big party on the Quad lawn. See a collection of social media photos and videos. See a great Fox 8 news report. Enjoy a […]

UNCG is partnering with Guilford County Schools (GCS) to help public school teachers use the arts more effectively, thanks to a $1.4 million grant from the U.S. Dept. of Education. The Professional Development for Arts Educators grant will fund the Guilford County Schools Arts Integration Academy (GCS-AIA), a partnership between GCS, UNCG and a community […]

Is there theater without language? Theater that can be understood across cultures by anyone, regardless of their native tongue? You don’t need to travel to New York City or London to find out. On Oct. 29, a unique visual theater production – “Nomadas” (“The Nomads”), by the Chilean theater company La Llave Maestra – comes […]

UNCG’s campus bustled with Spartan spirit all last week as alumni, students, faculty, staff and the greater Greensboro community celebrated Homecoming. The annual celebration, a 35-year tradition, culminated on Saturday with the Homecoming Block Party at Kaplan Commons and the men’s soccer team’s thrilling double-overtime win over Mercer. Check out the social media highlights from […]