This is one of the coolest 70-year-olds you'll ever meet. The Weatherspoon Art Museum is kicking off its 70th anniversary in a big way this year.
Anna Will, a senior interior architecture major, came home from a Habitat for Humanity trip with a mission. She wanted to design a school for the Kyekyewere village she had visited in Ghana, Africa. Assistant professor Hannah Rose Mendoza and Anna's fellow design students quickly embraced Anna's idea, and several of the students traveled to Ghana in January to help build the school.
It's a first for Dr. John Salmon. Salmon, professor of piano, has made several recordings through the years. Now he's put out the first recording of his own compositions.
The UNCG Wind Ensemble got the attention of someone at the National Academy of Recording and Arts and Sciences. Yes, the people who give out Grammy Awards.
Carole Boston Weatherford '92 MFA was one of six North Carolinians who received the state's highest civilian honor, the North Carolina Award, in October.
Kelly Cherry '67 MFA grew up with music permeating her home. Now she will share the music of words in her new role as Virginia's poet laureate. She follows the tenure of another UNCG alumna, Claudia Emerson '91 MFA.