Learn more about UNCG campus history at Spartan Stories, a new blog from the staff of University Archives. The blog officially launched on October 1, with a post about classes during the first year of the school’s existence — 120 years ago. Stay tuned in the weeks to come for posts focused on the 1967 Black Power Forum, the founding of the campus Athletic Association, the 1899 Typhoid Epidemic, and (everyone’s favorite) the ghosts that haunt the campus.
|Edwin Alderman, Charles Duncan McIver and the Class of 1893|
New stories will be posted every Monday morning. From its founding in 1891 as a publicly-funded school for women’s higher education to its current standing as a learner-centered public research university, UNCG has a rich and unique history filled with interesting stories. Through Spartan Stories, we look forward to sharing these tales with students, faculty, staff, alumni, and others who wish to learn more about how our university became – and, in many ways, has always been – a source of innovation and leadership within North Carolina and beyond.