Going the Distance: Fifth-Year Senior Defensive End Takes the Lead on the Field
There’s only one time when Chad Price is comfortable being the “bad guy.” An away game. The defensive end – who stands 6 feet 4 inches tall and weighs 255 pounds – played as a redshirt freshman for the UWG Wolves. That was four years ago, and now he’s playing his final season as a college athlete with a legacy to build.
'Go Out Big': UWG Soccer Player Balances Athletics, Academics in Final Season
Morgan Haase started kicking a soccer ball soon after she learned to walk. She’s still kicking. The University of West Georgia senior, who plays center back (a defensive position) on the Wolves soccer team, has played soccer for almost the past two decades. At the end of this season, though, she’ll step off the pitch for the last time as a student-athlete.
Saving Lives in a Crisis: UWG Police Present Civilian Response Actions
What is the role of civilians in the event of a crisis? What should you do - or not do - if that crisis involves an active shooter? To better inform the community - and potentially save lives - the University of West Georgia Police Department (UPD) recently presented a civilian response course at the Townsend Center for the Performing Arts.
Not Here to Play Games: UWG Volleyball Senior Looks Forward to Last Year on Court
If she can help it, McKenna Wharton's not going to have a desk job. Her feet are too accustomed to constantly moving to allow that. Wharton, an outside hitter on the University of West Georgia volleyball team, plans to apply to nursing schools after she graduates from UWG in May 2020 with a bachelor's degree in health and community wellness.
Bridging Gaps: UWG Police and CDI Host Blue Mocktail Townhall Event
More than 100 University of West Georgia students gathered recently to have open conversations with local law enforcement at UWG's fourth Blue Mocktail Townhall event.