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American Sign Language. Bob Wineburg. Spartan service. Pulitzer finalist Kelly Link. These are among the many excellent stories in the just-published UNCG Magazine. Find the online version of the magazine, with great videos, at alumnnimagazine.uncg.edu. This dynamic issue includes a comprehensive view of the careers of Professions in Deafness graduates, from interpreting for President Obama to […]

For the second year in a row, Military Times has recognized UNCG for its commitment to serving veteran students with excellence. The university was ranked No. 59 out of 130 institutions on the publication’s Best for Vets: Colleges 2017 list, up nine spots from last year’s ranking. UNCG also had the fourth highest ranking of North Carolina […]

There are plenty of ways for UNCG students to get involved on campus – 231 to be exact. Whether students are interested in academic, professional, governing, social or religious organizations, there are many options for UNCG students looking to connect and get involved, from The National Society of Collegiate Scholars to Cru to The Spartones. […]

More than a dozen UNCG undergraduates have made a big impact in the Greensboro Montagnard community in the last two years. The Montagnards (also known as Dega) supported U.S. forces during the Vietnam War, and have suffered political persecution and violence in the region ever since. Since the 1980s, Guilford County has welcomed many hundreds […]

This semester, UNCG students faced the good, the bad and the ugly of the global garment industry. All incoming freshmen read “Where am I Wearing?” by Kelsey Timmerman, which looks at the sobering realities of the garment industry worldwide. Throughout the semester, they engaged in discussion during class, had an opportunity to hear Timmerman speak on […]