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 >

UNCG alumna captivates audiences in summer blockbuster

UNCG alumna Tenae Wilkins Downing ’02 made her feature film debut in “War Room,” which surprised many as it topped box offices across the nation… Read More >

Photo of Dr. Susan Andreatta and Junior Antropolgy major, Seth Rumbley, observe vegetables in the gardens.

The Magic of Soil

With the right prep work in creating good soil – and then some hard work planting and weeding and harvesting – you have something special…. Read More >

UNCG’s swing-era Darlinettes featured on NPR

The all-women jazz orchestra The Darlinettes have been promoted by UNCG Archives over the years, as they’ve collected and preserved the group’s artifacts and information…. Read More >

Middle College at UNCG marches into history

5 p.m. at UNCG’s Aycock Auditorium. The first graduating class of the Middle College at UNCG has lined up, ready to process into the historic… Read More >

Group photo of Betsy Buford and Fred Chappell from the University Honors event

Betsy Buford, Fred Chappell lauded at UNCG University Honors

The 2015 University Honors evening would be a “celebration of service,” said Acting Chancellor Dana Dunn. Betsy Buford ’68 received the Adelaide F. Holderness /… Read More >

UNCG Commencement speaker Tim Rice

‘You’re off to great places,’ Tim Rice tells UNCG graduates

Former Cone Health CEO Tim Rice spoke to 2,400 freshly minted graduates of UNCG at the Greensboro Coliseum May 8, 2015. The text of his… Read More >

Photo of UNCG alum Chris Chalk

UNCG alum Chris Chalk debuts on “Gotham”

Many Spartans saw him at Thursday’s UNCG School of Music, Theatre and Dance Distinguished Alumni Awards ceremony. UNCG theater students heard him speak Thursday and… Read More >

Class of 1965 gives well over $1 million to UNCG

The UNCG Class of 1965 has announced a class gift of $1,125,517. The gift will make a major impact on our university. On the final… Read More >