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‘Dressing the 99 Percent’: UNCG Program Celebrates 100 Years

at UNCG. Hodges credits “Project Runway,” the long-running reality show about fashion design, with a recent surge of interest in UNCG’s

Season in review: Spartans likely to stay among Southern Conference’s best

A review of UNC-Greensboro’s 2017-18 basketball season:

An Unexpected Trailblazer Who Desegregated A Southern College In 1956

An Unexpected Trailblazer Who Desegregated A Southern College In 1956

UNCG climbs the mountain, wins Southern Conference tournament

UNCG climbs the mountain, wins Southern Conference tournament

Tony Award winner Beth Leavel returns to UNCG

and Tony Award winning actress spoke with UNCG theatre students Monday to kick off visits to UNCG Theatre classes and productions over the

Nursing careers attracting more men

Nursing careers attracting more men

Greensboro’s beer history documented in new online project

GREENSBORO – The University Libraries at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro has created Well Crafted NC, a digital project that

Oscar nominations are out, and films with NC connections will be at the big dance

, Emily V. Gordon, a Winston-Salem native and alumnus of UNC-Greensboro, was nominated for best original screenplay for co-writing “The Big

Malcolm Schug: UNCG saves water resources as a community

when we work together are the two wetlands constructed on the UNC-Greensboro campus this year.

Historically, North Carolina was replete

‘It’s never too late’: 82-year-old Greensboro man is UNCG’s oldest graduate

‘s degree in history from UNC-Greensboro.

He’ll also earn another honor: The 82-year-old will become the oldest graduate in UNCG’s history.