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During Inauguration Week 2014, University of West Georgia students celebrated the investiture of their seventh president, Dr. Kyle Marrero, with food, fun and music at Wolfest. The inter-organizational event was hosted by the Center for Student Involvement, and the festivities included giveaways, t-shirts, dunk tanks and field events. Students also signed three inaugural wolves created by the art department.

"I just want to say congratulations on being lucky number seven," said SGA president Sandra Santiago in her video message. "I really feel like we're going to accomplish a lot this year and in the future. I'm looking forward to us being the best comprehensive university in America. Go West! Go Wolves!"

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Scott Wade: The Dirty Car ArtistScott Wade, the Dirty Car Artist, kicks off UWG's Environmental Awareness Week on Monday, October 27. At 12 p.m., Scott will be outside the UWG Campus Center working on art piece on a Nissan Leaf provided by Scott Evans. On Tuesday October 28 at 1 p.m., Scott will do an Artist Talk at Ingram Library for any who wish to learn more about his unique art, his philosophy on art, and how we can promote environmentally sustainable art.

This artist who creates amazingly detailed and shaded images rendered on dirty car windows. Known internationally as “The Dirty Car Artist,” Scott's work has been seen on television in over 20 countries, on blogs, and in print media throughout the world. Considered a form of “reverse graffiti,” his ephemeral art has been seen in galleries, at fairs and festivals.



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