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Thanksgiving Day 2020 – just like everything else this year – will certainly be different. A carefully-planned, light-speed grocery trip for ingredients. An intimate meal with those you live with. An outdoor, masked “hello” to a neighbor. Virtual meals with relatives. Hand sanitizer galore. A re-imagined holiday presents a perfect opportunity to create new traditions […]

Of the nearly 2,000 nominations submitted for the eighth annual 2021 GRAMMY Music Educator Award, two UNC Greensboro alumni have been named semifinalists for the award. Brian McMath ’96 BM, ’10 MM and Donald Walter ’94 BM, ’12 MM are among the 25 semifinalists for this national award, representing both North Carolina and Guilford County […]

Last year, more than 30% of Spartans were first-generation college students, meaning they are the first in their families to attend a four-year institution. To celebrate this community on campus, “First G at the G” is a week-long series of events that takes place Nov. 2-8, with programming designed to help first-generation students connect with […]

UNC Greensboro’s Ashby College Haunted House returns for its 26th year this Halloween season, but scare-seekers can now enjoy the tradition as a first-person walkthrough video from home. The haunted house is put on each year by residents of Ashby Residential College, an inclusive two-year program that offers a unique living and learning environment for […]

Since 1914, UNC Greensboro’s Student Government Association (SGA) has made an impact on the campus community by serving as a voice for the student body. This year has presented an entirely new challenge for SGA: How can you engage and advocate for students during a socially-distanced semester? When senior political science major Austin Moore ran […]