The Student Persepective

Fall Indoor Volleyball Championships

“It feels good,” said Trash member Antonio Tarin, a junior. “We’ve been playing two years, and this is our second championship.” Train credited the team’s victory to “great teamwork.” 

Tarin said that this will be the team’s last year in the intramural league, as some of the members will be forming a men’s club volleyball team next semester.


CoRec Basketball Championship

Fazoland defeated 808’s and Ankle Breaks last Thursday at the Kaplan Center to win the fall 2017 Intramural CoRec Basketball championships. After taking an early lead, the Ankle Breaks fell behind by the second half, leaving Fazoland to cruise to an 62-50 victory.


Championship Night

The Intramural Outdoor Soccer Season concluded last Thursday with our Competitive and Recreational Division Championships. Read to see what teams took home the championship shirts and were crowned the title of Intramural Champions.


It all comes down to this…

The 2017 Fall Intramural Flag Football season drew to a close Monday, as the Silver and Elite championship games were held at the UNCG Recreation Field. In the Silver division, Zone 5 defeated the Greensboro Beasts 35-27 to take home the honors.


Alcohol Free Fun Fest 2017

Alcohol Free Fun Fest is the perfect example of how college students can have a great time without consuming a drop of alcohol. There is sometimes the assumption that students need to be under the influence to have a great time with their peers. Alcohol Free Fun Fest puts that myth to rest!


A busy weekend for Club Sports

The Club Sports program at UNCG provides students with an opportunity to remain active in a competitive setting following high school. These groups are recognized student organizations led by dedicated student leaders. Learn about 2 recent events that highlight the program’s success.


Arty Party: Painting a Path to Eating Disorder Recovery

Students’ inner creativity was unleashed at last week’s “Arty Party: Painting a Path to Eating Disorder Recovery.” Part of the Department of Recreation & Wellness’s Mental Health Month activities, the event allowed to students to receive information about eating disorders in a low-key, low-stress environment.