Monique Williams Staff Writer The NCAA has placed UNCG’s athletic department on a three-year probationary period in the wake of recent findings that proves some of the athletic staff were involved in sports betting activities. The scandal was uncovered in… Read More ›



Hannah AstinStaff Writer Dozens of volunteers attended a recent training on how to identify and report Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) vehicles.  The majority-white group of volunteers was taught by a small solidarity group of women working with Siembra NC…. Read More ›


Benjamin Pulgar-Guzman Staff Writer It was quiet. More quiet than usual, but the floorboards creaked just as much. I had been in the Foust building before, but never when it was this empty. The air was heavy. There were people… Read More ›


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  • Man Charged in UNCG ‘Sextortion’ Case

    Alicia ConnellyStaff Writer Students at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro (UNCG) are speaking out about a recent “sextortion” case. More than 40 victims in three states, including five students from UNCG, have already come forward alleging that they… Read More ›

  • Express Yourself Through the Arts: Polar Mics Open Mics & Slam Party

    Meagan BessStaff Writer The Elliott University Center held a lively audience on January 18 from 7 PM to 9 PM. UNCG’s open mic and slam poetry event began with a check-in for UNCG students, grabbing a raffle ticket for prizes… Read More ›

  • Grant from U.S. Department of Education Allows Creation of New Teaching Program at UNCG

    Hannah AstinStaff Writer With a new multi-million-dollar grant, UNC-Greensboro’s (UNCG) School of Education will create a new teaching program focused on bringing high-tech thinking to two rural North Carolina counties.  The five-year, $6.1 million grant comes from the Teacher Quality… Read More ›

  • ‘Dracula’ At the Triad Stage

    Eden LandgroverStaff Writer Get your garlic, crucifixes and wooden stakes ready for Triad Stage’s production of ‘Dracula’, but you might also want to bring your thinking cap. The adaptation of Bram Stoker’s classic story is elaborately executed and brilliantly visually… Read More ›

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    Eden LangroverStaff Writer This Halloween season, Carolina Ballet presented the world premier of ‘Frankenstein’, an all new ballet created by the company’s Artistic Director, Zalman Raffael. Debuting brand new choreography, costumes and set design, as well as new music from… Read More ›

  • The Ghouls of UNCG

    Megan PociaskStaff Writer As Halloween is just around the corner, it’s only natural to revisit legends of the hauntings that supposedly occur here at UNCG. The infamous Mary Foust Residence Hall is probably the most notably haunted residence hall on… Read More ›

  • Tate Street Festival: Music, Art and More

    Imani PuckeringStaff Writer Greensboro has an undeniably rich history of music, and the Tate Street Festival is an excellent showcase of the city’s musical talent. The festival, held on Friday, October 19th drew in more than just students and a… Read More ›

  • Greensboro to Have First Mental Health Urgent Care in State

    Peyton UpchurchStaff Writer On Thursday, Oct. 10, 2019, city officials broke ground on a new facility expected to assist adults and adolescents in Greensboro who are suffering from mental health crises by allowing them to avoid long emergency room wait… Read More ›

  • Greensboro City Council Receiving Backlash On New Rules

    Tyra HilliardStaff Writer The mayor of Greensboro is receiving backlash after the placement of new rules that some Greensboro citizens say violate their right to free speech. As of Oct. 2, the public speaking rules that Mayor Nancy Vaughan of… Read More ›

  • Mark Meadows Steps Down as Head of Freedom Caucus


    Myra BariStaff Writer After three years heading the once-powerful United States House Freedom Caucus, North Carolina Republican Mark Meadows has decided to leave his position as chairman. After the Republican Party’s recent loss of the House majority, the congressional group… Read More ›

  • State Sanctions Greensboro Youth Addiction Treatment Agency

    Peyton UpchurchStaff Writer North Carolina state officials have reported that they plan to nullify the license of a Greensboro youth treatment facility over a recent Medicaid scheme. United Youth Care Services, which treated clients with substance abuse concerns, provided housing… Read More ›

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    Hannah Astin Staff Writer On Oct. 2, Associate Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer addressed an audience at the Greensboro Coliseum as part of the Guilford College Bryan Series.  Breyer, a sitting United States Supreme Court Justice, has been on the… Read More ›

  • Trump Threatens to Cut Funding to Joint UNC-Duke Middle East Studies Program, Citing Bias


    Hannah AstinStaff Writer The Trump administration is threatening to cut funding to a joint University of North Carolina and Duke University Middle East studies program, claiming that the program is misusing its federal grant money to promote the, “positive aspects… Read More ›

  • WUAG-A-PALOOZA Shakes the EUC

    Erin Shockley Staff Writer On Saturday, September 21, the University of North Carolina at Greensboro’s radio station, WUAG 103.1, hosted their second WUAG-A-PALOOZA concert at the Cone Ballroom in the EUC. The lineup included two returning acts from Greensboro, Reliably… Read More ›

  • Ava’s Cupcakes Opens a Third Bakery


    Rachel SpinellaFeatures Editor On Friday, September 27, Ava’s Cupcakes presented it’s grand opening of their third bakery in Winston-Salem, North Carolina. Ava’s Cupcakes, bakes and sells scratch-made desserts, though they are more specifically known for their cupcakes. The first bakery… Read More ›

  • The Stadiums of North Carolina: BB&T Field at Groves Stadium

    Andrew Salmon Sports Editor I had been to BB&T Field at Groves Stadium, home to the Wake Forest Demon Deacons and commonly shortened to BB&T Field, once before. That was for states in 2013—my high school, Northern Guilford, was going… Read More ›

  • UNC Greensboro receives grant to participate in student success innovation

    Gabrielle Lowery Staff Writer On Tuesday, August 6, The University of North Carolina systems announced that the University of North Carolina Greensboro would be one of six institutions receiving a grant to participate in the student success innovation lab (SSIL). Student… Read More ›

  • The Stadiums of North Carolina: Kenan Memorial Stadium

    Andrew SalmonSports Editor The truth is, every UNCG fan has a secondary school for football season. That’s the cold reality of going to a school that refuses to fund a football team—and that’s fine. It is what it is.  That… 618ip手机免费版

  • For Gerald: Search History-based Ads: Satire

    Patrick O’ConnellStaff Writer Marketing companies and media conglomerates are building files on us based on our internet usage. They put us into demographics within demographics, trying to target us with the most effective, useful and influential advertisements. They’ve tracked everything… Read More ›

  • North Carolina State Supreme Court to Rule on Death Penalty

    Hannah AstinStaff Writer The North Carolina State Supreme Court is set to weigh in on the future, and past of the death penalty in the state.  The State Supreme Court heard arguments on Aug. 26 and 27 concerning the fate… Read More ›

  • Lab-Grown “Minibrains” Raise Questions of Morality

    Marisa Sloan Staff Writer Clusters of human brain cells known as organoids have been successfully grown in a lab, according to a report researchers published in the journal “Cell Stem Cell” on Aug. 29. These organoids, popularly known as “minibrains,”… Read More ›

  • War on Immigrants

    Megan Pociask Staff Writer On Thursday, September 5 at 6 p.m., people from the local community gathered at College Park Baptist Church to witness an Immigration Policy Reform Roundtable, hosted by the League of Women Voters of the Piedmont Triad.  After… Read More ›

  • ‘Eve’: A Lyrical Masterpiece

    Roni MartinezStaff Writer A North Carolina native rapper, Rapsody, just dropped her latest album titled Eve. Clocking in at one hour and three minutes, Rapsody delivers a rhythmic and lyrically loaded project full of beautiful and familiar samples. Rapsody reinforces… Read More ›

  • Something Windy This Way Comes?: Hurricane Preparedness


    R.A Brock Copy Editor/Staff Writer We are currently in the main stretch of hurricane season, which extends from June 1 to Nov. 30 for the Southeastern US. September has been designated by the Federal Emergency Management Administration as National Preparedness… Read More ›

  • Why is Joining Clubs or Organizations Beneficial for College Students?

    Rachel SpinellaFeatures Editor When it comes to the first day of college, it can be hard for freshman or transfer students to meet new people and make new friends. It’s not easy being the new person on campus and it… Read More ›

  • UNCG’s Electric Win Over George Washington

    Douglas BurnsStaff Writer GREENSBORO, N.C. – The UNCG men’s soccer team and their coach, Chris Rich, worked hard for their first win of the collegiate season at home. UNCG squared off against the George Washington Colonials on a beautiful North… Read More ›

  • Presidential Candidate Kamala Harris Visits Greensboro

    Hannah AstinStaff Writer Democratic presidential candidate Kamala Harris spoke in Greensboro on Sunday, Aug. 25 while on the campaign trail. The former prosecutor and current California senator visited two locations in Durham before stopping at Smith High School.  Addressing the… Read More ›

  • UNC Greensboro’s Annual Clothesline Project

    Molly Lawler Staff Writer Sexual assault — two small words, which together harness the power to silence a room. On Thursday, August 22 during the annual UNCG Clothesline Project T-Shirt Making event, that silence is exactly what ensued. As a… Read More ›

  • UNCG Golf: Men’s Team Wins Second Consecutive SoCon Title


    Andrew SalmonSports Editor The 2019 UNCG men’s golf team captured its second consecutive SoCon title and its fourth in school history last week at the par-72 Pinehurst No. 9. It was a historically good performance for the Spartans, who shot… Read More ›

  • Shakori Hills: A Celebration of Art, Music and Life

    Krysten HeberlyEditor-in-Chief With the cracking of lightning, a crowd gathered in Pittsboro, North Carolina, screaming for an encore. Sheltered from the rain, the crowd packed like sardines in the Cabaret Tent, as Rebekah Todd brought the thunder with every powerful… Read More ›

  • A Few Excellent Spartans

    Andrew SalmonSports Editor It’s the last issue of the semester. Normally, there’s a farewell piece from the editor (me) or a writer who’s graduating, but there isn’t a single senior on the sports staff. Instead, we’ll acknowledge a few graduating… 618ip手机免费版

  • Senator McConnell To Introduce Way to Raise Age to Purchase Tobacco

    Luciano GonzalezStaff Writer Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell is planning to introduce a bill into Congress in the coming weeks that would raise the national minimum age required to legally sell tobacco from age 18 to 21. This is being… Read More ›

  • UNCG Choreographer Experiments with Chance Dance


    Eden LandgroverStaff Writer At the conclusion of each semester, the UNCG Dance Department puts on a concert in which students in repertoire classes perform the works that they have been developing and rehearsing all semester. These courses are performance based,… Read More ›

  • Who Watches the Watchmen?: Police Killings and Need for Government Oversight

    Quashon AventStaff Writer On Sept. 8, 2018, Marcus Deon Smith was arrested after exhibiting erratic behavior in traffic. While in the back of the police car, Marcus began screaming and hitting the windows of the vehicle. Officers opened the door,… Read More ›

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    Shayna PraceStaff Writer In 2018, sewer lines across Greensboro released more than 3.5 million gallons of untreated sewage onto roads and into waterways. This led to 64 untreated sewage discharges, also known as sanitary sewer overflows (SSOs) that year. So… Read More ›

  • LGBTQ-Friendly Bills Introduced in North Carolina House


    Hannah AstinStaff Writer On April 28, Democratic North Carolina state legislators introduced three bills meant to protect LGBTQ+ individuals from discriminations, outlaw conversion therapy and completely repeal HB2. In the wake of the “bathroom bill” signed by former Governor Pat… Read More ›

  • UNCG’s Camp Kesem

    Marykent Wolff News Editor Camp Kesem at UNC-Greensboro, a student-led nonprofit organization that supports children ages 6 to 18 through and beyond a parent or guardian’s cancer, held its first, “Make the Magic” fundraising banquet on April 5. The fundraiser… Read More ›

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    Ashley AllenStaff Writer Dance is a sport, dance is not a sport. The debate has been occurring for years on whether to classify dance as a hobby or as an athletic sport. This argument is even present here on the… Read More ›

  • Campus Movie Fest 2019

    Janelle CrubaughStaff Writer Campus MovieFest (CMF) is the largest student film festival in the entire world that tours around over 40 universities in the United States. Through the help of various schools as well as corporate partners, CMF is able… Read More ›

  • ‘Week at the G’ Photo Project to Encapsulate Student Life

    Krysten HeberlyEditor-in-Chief Every member of the UNCG community has their idea of what this University means to them. Whether it is scoring a basket during a successful season, typing the last sentence of a ten-page paper or simply laying a… 618ip手机免费版

  • Intercultural Lecture Series: Woman Trapped – Alison Grillo


    Janelle CrubaughStaff Writer On Friday, March 15,  Alison Grillo, a transgender comedian, graced the stage of the UNCG auditorium and performed a knee-slapping comedy performance. Grillo was actually the very first transgender comedian to appear on the NBC reality TV… Read More ›

  • Observing and Becoming the Bystander with Moshman and Collazo

    Eden LandgroverStaff Writer Political art is no new concept in today’s politically charged artistic world. What was once a precarious risk is now on the brink of becoming normalized. The challenge now is to isolate each work into its own… Read More ›

  • Mark Morris Dance Group- Validating Choreographic Joy!


    Eden LandgroverStaff Writer On Feb. 27, the Mark Morris Dance Group came to the UNCG Auditorium as part of the University’s Concert and Lecture Series this year. The group’s concert was comprised of three works from the company’s repertoire: “Dancing… Read More ›

  • UNCG Baseball Begins 2019 Campaign With Home Series vs. Quinnipiac

    Andrew SalmonSports Editor UNCG Baseball began their quest to defend their 2018 SoCon title last weekend with a two-game home series vs. Quinnipiac, taking both games. A third game scheduled for Sunday was cancelled due to rain. The Spartans cruised… 618ip手机免费版

  • ICE Cracks Down in North Carolina

    Alicia ConnellyStaff Writer C Correction: Neither Sheriff Burke nor Durham County have participated in 287G. Correction made February 21, 2019 A decision made my North Carolina lawmakers has sparked controversy this week as prison inmates are being released from prisons across the state, resulting in Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE)… Read More ›

  • UNCG Presents Shakespeare In Love


    Rachel SpinellaFeatures Editor On Friday, Feb. 15, UNCG premiered the long-awaited and beloved play “Shakespeare In Love.” The play is a fictional tale about William Shakespeare and a young woman named Viola de Lesseps who poses as a man in… Read More ›

  • ArtsGreensboro Grants Decline in Funding

    Shayna PraceStaff Writer ArtsGreensboro, an organization that donates money annually to local art groups of Greensboro, has announced that they will be giving less money this year. The announcement made by the organization explained that this year, the organization donated… Read More ›

  • UNCG Women’s Basketball: Spartans Defeat Wofford, Fall to Furman

    Andrew SalmonSports Editor Clad in pink sneakers and pink headbands in honor of February’s National Cancer Prevention Month, UNCG Women’s Basketball returned to Fleming Gymnasium last week after a two-game road trip, shrugging off a slow start to defeat Wofford… Read More ›

  • Statement on former Editor in Chief, Ross Kiefer

    We have recently been informed about the abhorrent sexual misconduct of former Carolinian Editor-In-Chief, Ross Kiefer. As a staff and as a community, The Carolinian does not condone these actions and we are deeply saddened that someone in a position… 618ip免费版

  • Now You’re Sorry: Racist Viral Tik-Toks

    Kayla Bullock Staff Writer In a time where the States should be United, we are virtually divided. Once again, the need for likes and views are tearing us apart. TikTok, a video-sharing social network, is now under fire for letting… Read More ›

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    Ma’Kayla Hunter Staff Writer As COVID-19 has continued to shut down operations and change our methods of life, individuals have been forced to make drastic changes. Though various communities have been plagued by this virus, one of the main groups… Read More ›

  • Small Businesses to Receive Aid During the COVID-19 Crisis

    Marisa SloanStaff Writer On March 27, A $2.2 trillion economic stimulus package known as the Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security (CARES) Act was passed by Congress and signed by President Donald Trump. The package is best known for its… Read More ›

  • Animal Crossing and Gender-Fluid Game Play


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  • Anthony Ramos is Storming the Pop Music Scene

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  • Love Yourself, Iyanna Mayweather

    Kayla BullockStaff Writer Over the weekend, Iyanna Mayweather, the daughter of Floyd Mayweather, was arrested after allegedly stabbing a woman. An altercation broke out between Mayweather, her boyfriend and rapper, NBA Youngboy and a woman named Lapattra Lashai Jacobs Friday… Read More ›

  • Corporate America: Profits Over Quality

    Ma’Kayla HunterStaff Writer Though I am an English major, my college experience has helped me realize my love of business. Not only has it sparked this interest, it has also led to me starting my own business and even getting… Read More ›

  • Cheap Games to Wait Out the Coronavirus Pt. 1

    Austin HorneStaff Writer Hopefully, by now we’re all practicing good social distancing habits and staving off madness with animal friends in New Horizons. If, for whatever reason, you’re not enjoying a cup of Brewster’s best—or headbanging in id’s new Mick… Read More ›

  • Cheap Games to Wait Out the Coronavirus Pt. 2

    Austin HorneStaff Writer If you didn’t find anything that you liked in my last list—or you somehow already blew through those games—I’ve got a whole new batch! Duck Game – $2.59 on Steam until March 29th, $12.99 after thatAvailable for… Read More ›

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