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The week of September 13, 2010 in News

Hagan, Brady speak at Veteran’s Expo

First event of it’s kind to take place within the UNC-System

  On Tuesday, September 7, the first annual Veterans and Military Expo took place in the EUC. The Expo was organized by Josh Green, a graduate of UNCG who served for five years as a military policeman. In an interview before the event with Michelle Hines from University Relations, Green stated, “It’s just a really good thing to let our community, and our campus, know we really care.

First of many ‘game nights’ this year a huge success

  Students and Faculty alike came out for free Papa John’s pizza and several hours of fun and relaxation last Friday night at the semiannual Game Night in the Jackson Library.  The event, that took place that evening from 6pm to 9:45pm, included numerous board and videogames.

Marshall delivers state of the campus address

  On September 7 in the Cone Ballroom, Student Body President Katie Marshall delivered her State of the Campus Address to students.  The speech focused on a key phrase meant to encompass the many changes occurring around the UNCG community: “the new normal.

Second “Food for Thought” shifts focus to poverty in the Philippines

  The second ‘Food for Thought’ program of the academic year took place Wednesday afternoon, shifting its focus to a global perspective.  Opening with remarks from Stephen Sills, Department of Sociology, discussion centered on globalization within the borders of the Philippines and Taiwan.

Local and State News for September 13

Duke Republicans lose charter after harassment of gay chairman   Duke University’s College Republicans have officially lost their funding from the Student Government Association and face de-chartering, a decision to be made by the Student Organizational Finance Committee.