• A group of UNCG students play jazz on an outdoor stage.

    UNCG Jazz club members jam at Greensboro business Oden Brewing Company every Thursday evening. The free concert draws a large crowd from the University and the local community. Photo credit: Lynn Hey

  • UNCG students playing flute and bass.

    The UNCG Jazz Club share their musical passion with the community, thanks to their weekly jams at Oden Brewing Company in Greensboro. Photo credit: Lynn Hey

  • Students gather around a Tri Sigma sorority banner.

    The Epsilon Nu chapter of Tri Sigma National sorority celebrates at the Kaplan Center for Wellness on Thursday, after finishing their Philanthropy Week. They raised money for the March of Dimes Foundation. Photo credit: Emily Figueroa-Aguilar

  • Students playing dodgeball glow in black light.

    Students relax as the week winds down with a game of black light dodgeball in the Elliott University Center. Photo credit: Martin Kane

  • UNCG students Mikela Singleton and Michael Lucas.

    Mikela Singleton campaigns for Homecoming Royalty outside the EUC on Thursday, with help from Michael Lucas, a Spartan studying information systems management. Photo credit: Martin Kane

  • Student Gnananjali Ramineni hands out "I voted" stickers to students.

    On Thursday, Gnananjali Ramineni, student president of the International Students Association, hands out “I voted” stickers in the Elliott University Center to Spartans who participated in the judging of the group’s photo contest. Photo credit: Martin Kane

  • Friends pose together beside the UNCG clock tower.

    It’s lunch time! Friends meet up between Thursday classes at the clock tower near Jackson Library and Fountain View Dining Hall. Photo credit: Martin Kane

  • Silhouettes of UNCG students seated by large windows.

    UNCG’s Nursing and Instructional Building lets students study with a view on a fall Thursday afternoon. Photo credit: Lynn Hey

  • Roommates Averi Carter and Sarah Robinson study in a UNCG classroom.

    Roommates Averi Carter, left, and Sarah Robinson, right, take advantage of Alpha Lambda Delta’s bi-weekly study session and meeting on Thursday in the Bryan Building. Photo credit: Lynn Hey

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