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The Elliott University Center’s Azalea Room was a palette of colors last Monday for the annual Empty Bowls Sale to benefit Spartan Open Pantry. The bowls, hand painted by UNC Greensboro student, faculty, staff, and alumni volunteers, sold for $5 each. The fundraiser is organized each year in a joint effort by the Office of […]

On Tuesday, Sept. 18, Chancellor Franklin D. Gilliam, Jr. sent a message to the campus community. The full message is below. Dear Spartan Community, As we welcome our students back to class and resume full operations at UNC Greensboro, we are also mindful that Hurricane Florence has created significant challenges for our friends, our families […]

The halls of Moss Street Partnership School in Reidsville were filled with a flurry of activity on Wednesday morning, as volunteers from UNC Greensboro and the community helped teachers prepare classrooms for the lab school’s first incoming class on Aug. 27. “Today was truly an exciting day at Moss Street Partnership School, and we are […]

Last week, 300 new leaders walked across the UNC Greensboro Auditorium stage after completing 5,150 hours of community service over the Spring 2018 semester. “I am continually impressed by the dedication and commitment of our students, not only to their personal growth and development, but also to our community,” said Lindsey Woelker, associate director for […]

Fighting homelessness and hunger is no small task. But armed with a Newman Civic Fellowship, UNC Greensboro’s Terrell Saunders is up for the challenge. Chancellor Franklin D. Gilliam, Jr. nominated Saunders, who has shown potential for public leadership. Saunders is the first Spartan student to ever receive this fellowship. The Newman Civic Fellowship program recognizes […]

Nearly 200 UNCG students will spend their Saturday morning serving the greater Greensboro community at the 10th annual Spartan Service Day this weekend. The university-wide day of service, held each year during Rawkin’ Welcome Week, gives students the opportunity to leave campus and work with community partners on a variety of service projects. This year, […]

At first glance, UNCG’s Horsepower Experience looks like any other horseback riding camp, but it’s much more. Over the past 13 summers, graduate students in UNCG’s Communication Sciences and Disorders (CSD) program have spent two weeks at HORSEPOWER Therapeutic Learning Center in Colfax. They use horses to provide therapy to individuals with communication disorders alongside […]