October 2016

UOG STEM faculty and students attend conference

Students and faculty representing the STEM disciplines attended the Society for Advancement of Chicanos/Hispanics and Native Americans in Science (SACNAS) 2016 in Long Beach California. The conference ran from Oct. 13 through 15. The SACNAS…



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The Tide: Seeing through the media waves

If you have ever wanted to see interesting online content made on Guam by actual residents? Look no further than The Tide The Tide is an online show made by senior communication majors who are…


Graduate Students Attend Conference in Saipan

The University of Guam School of Business and Public Administration’s Master of Public Administration Program was able to send off all prospective graduates to Saipan for the 2016 Business and Finance Conference. Guided by the…


New Tutoring Program for Youth

The Chain Of Knowledge, “Micronesian Tutoring”, is a relatively new tutoring program that is ran by students here at the University of Guam. The program dedicated to providing tutoring opportunities for Micronesian students attending high…


New Director of Dorms Makes Changes

By the efforts of Jonathan Triplett, the new Director of Residence Halls, along with his staff, more work has been done on improving the University of Guam Residence Halls in only 7 months than in…


UOG athletics program revitalized

The University of Guam is known for a lot of great things, but for the past decade and a half, sports hasn’t been really a part of the school’s track record. Besides only a few…


Artistic Pediatric Nurse Runs for Fun

By: Angelina Rivera After changing majors from psychology to nursing, Kevin Wang graduated with a bachelor’s degree in 2015, which helped land him a job as a pediatric nurse at the Guam Regional Medical City….


Army Chaplain Recounts Road To Ministry

Serving in the Army could be a stressful job, but there are chaplains like Capt. Karl Flores who provide counsel and guidance. Flores has been serving as a chaplain for the Guam Army Reserves for…


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A Marine and a Purpose.

22 veterans a day commit suicide a day. Former Marine and current activist Raymond “Ray” Shinohara know this fact all too well. “I survived myself, killing myself.” Ray said. His story could have ended like…


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