February 2017

University still challenged by financial shortfall

The University is currently facing a monetary shortfall that may affect its ability to stay afloat through FY2017. UOG was slated to receive $30.6 million in appropriated funds for facilities operations for FY2016. Roughly $5…



UOG citizens express mixed opinions toward Trump

Newly elected president Donald Trump has become a polarizing figure in the political realm.    Trump proposed to establish a Territory and Commonwealth Advisory Committee to keep in contact with Guam and the rest of…





Biology major has family ties with NASA legend

University of Guam biology major Trevor Boykin recently received a resolution from I Lehislaturan Guåhan (The Legislature of Guam) on behalf of his great-grandmother, Katherine Johnson, a former NASA mathematician. Johnson was featured in 20th…


Campus faces dilemmas in enforcing smoking ban

Ever since its implementation 10 years ago, the University of Guam’s smoking policy has seen its fair share of challenges regarding its enforcement. UOG Chief Planning Officer David S. Okada, one of the founders of…


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