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Paul Taylor Dance Company to Perform World Premiere at UNCG’s Aycock Auditorium

The Paul Taylor Dance Company, one of the world’s foremost contemporary dance groups, will perform at UNCG’s Aycock Auditorium on Saturday, Oct. 17, at 8… Read More >

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Welcome to campus

In just a couple weeks, more than 600 high school juniors and seniors from across the state and beyond will arrive at UNCG’s campus to… Read More >

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UNCG – A Perfect Fit

Andrew Savage composed his first full piece of music in the spring of his freshman year of high school. His concert band broke up into… Read More >

UNCG celebrates Founders Day

UNCG celebrated Founders Day Monday, Oct. 5, to remember the legacy of Charles Duncan McIver, the university’s first president. UNCG was founded in 1891 and opened as the State Normal and Industrial School on Oct. 5, 1892.

Fall photo of aerial view of College Avenue on UNCG campus

A picture of health

Earlier this week, students, faculty and staff gathered at Moran Commons and Plaza to hear the big news: The University of North Carolina at Greensboro… Read More >

NC Poet Laureate to visit UNCG

The University of North Carolina at Greensboro (UNCG) is a campus with poetry woven into the very fiber of its soul, so it’s only fitting… Read More >

Bryan School launches unique sales program for students

Less than 3 percent of the more than 4,000 colleges and universities across the nation have formal sales programs. Starting this fall, UNCG is now… Read More >

Photo of Caroline Oswalt, a media studies major, during dress rehearsal for "Hairspray

Good morning Baltimore

The first UNCG musical of the year kicks off this week with a whole lot of spunk, hip-shaking and, of course, hairspray. The UNCG School… Read More >

Photo of Will South, former curator of the Weatherspoon Art Museum, standing in front of Maud Gatewood artwork

Gatewood Trail begins

Maud Gatewood ‘54 was more than a painter. She was an artist in every aspect of her life. “Art is really a way to look… Read More >

Elizabeth Hudson signs copies of her book, "Wish You Were Here," in UNCG's Alumni House.

Southern Soul: Our State magazine editor Elizabeth Hudson shares her story at UNCG

There’s a yellowed piece of paper with a jagged edge pinned above Elizabeth Hudson’s desk at Our State magazine. On it, there’s a list penned… Read More >

UNCG to display the artwork of Maud Gatewood as a stop on the Maud Gatewood Trail

For many students and staff on UNCG’s campus, “Gatewood” is simply the name of the university’s studio arts building, but that’s about to change. “Maud… Read More >

UNCG alumna and Our State magazine editor to discuss her new book Wednesday

UNCG alumna Elizabeth Hudson ‘95 began her career at Our State magazine in 1997 answering telephones. Now she’s the editor-in-chief, and she puts more than… Read More >