Siasa summer school

Catie Byrne Features Editor Throughout the summer, Siasa, UNCG’s Pan African Coalition, established a seven week learning program with the intent of teaching specialized education not typically taught to young black children in public school systems. Former and current Siasa… Read More ›


Mary Windsor   Staff Writer Aries March 21 – April 19 When you’re feeling sluggish, don’t slow down. Power through. It will be worth it at the end. Know your limits. Taurus April 20 – May 20 Don’t call them. Don’t give… Read More ›

Experiencing acupuncture

Shaquille Blackstock        Staff Writer The Eastern tradition of acupuncture is centuries old, and luckily has found its way to our Student Health Center. Allison Scott, the acupuncture provider, with a Masters in Acupuncture from the University of… Read More ›

Spartan Trader

Catie Byrne Features Editor For many cash-strapped, transportation-limited UNC-Greensboro students looking for cheap clothes, the advent of Spartan Trader is a game changer. Located close to Spring Garden Apartments on 1540 Spring Garden Street, the small, sustainable resale store, is… Read More ›

Community house project

Catie Byrne Features Editor Zechariah Etheridge, UNC-Greensboro senior and sociology and African American Studies major, volunteers with the Center for Housing and Community Studies (CHCS), a small non-profit research center, and shared insights regarding his work assisting lower-income communities in… Read More ›