Class jackets. Rat day. Dressing up Charlie's statue. Walking around the clock tower instead of under it. What traditions official or unofficial do you remember from your student days? Read more about an opportunity to share your stories.
After the conclusion of the Chancellor's New Student Convocation in early fall, Adriel Lyles and his classmates expressed their UNCG spirit by placing daisies, the university flower, in Adriel's hair. Daisies have long been a part of university tradition. It was chosen as the official school flower in 1893, inspiring the first school colors of gold and white.
UNCG has created a new scholarship program to help its neediest students, and alumni mentors are being asked to help. Read more about how you can become a mentor.
You may recognize Frank Stasio's voice from NPR. Now you can see the man behind the voice at the Friends of the UNCG Libraries annual dinner Monday, May 10. Read more about Stasio and details on the dinner.
For three days, the School of Music will resonate with the sounds of piano music. It's the return of the popular Focus on Piano Literature series June 3-5. Read more about this event.
Reunion is this weekend and it has more in store than just events for specific class years. On Saturday, the Alumni Association will hold its annual meeting and affirm the slate of officers and directors. Read more to see who will represent you in the coming year.
This month, treat yourself to an evening of Spartones' a cappella music on April 20. Or plan to attend an all-NC alumni gathering, lunch and service project on the 24th. And don't forget to sign up for the New York trip to catch performances by UNCG alumni Chris Chalk and Beth Leavel in May. Learn more about these and other upcoming events.