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Clubs & Organizations

Debate, Forensics, Interpretation Team

The purpose of the the University of North Georgia (UNG) Debate, Forensics, Interpretation Team is to provide UNG students with the opportunity to participate in both on-campus audience debates and, when feasible, intercollegiate debate and public speaking competitions. The benefits of these activities include improved marks in school, improved research skills, improved communication skills, and improved critical thinking skills. The mission of this club is to serve as many UNG students as possible through exposure to a diversity of debate, public speaking, and performance opportunities, both as observers and as participants.

Campus: Gainesville

Faculty Advisor: Dr. Charles Thomas Preston

Gainesville Chapter
Taylor Robinson, President
Jemimah Case, Vice President
Rebecca Pool, Secretary
Thomas Kline, Treasurer

Dahlonega Chapter
Jonathan Carrasco, President
Dayton Carter, Vice President
Connor Bane, Secretary/Treasurer

Student Film Association

The mission of the Student Film Association is to promote enjoyment of film as an art form and to offer an environment in which film fans and film makers can interact and pursue their interests together. The SFA hosts weekly film viewings and produces student film productions.

Campus: Gainesville

Faculty Advisor: David Smith

Student News Site

The Communication, Media & Journalism department supports a student news organization, The Vanguard, with an outstanding record of achievement. The Vanguard is multi-platform and operates on three UNG campuses, covering all of northeast Georgia and beyond.

Vanguard Student Media Site

Faculty Advisor: Holly Morris

Gainesville Campus
Managing Editor: Cody Rogers
Deputy Managing Editor: Jake Cantrell

Dahlonega Campus
Managing Editor: Erin Higdon
Deputy Managing Editor: Kenneth "Shepard" Hucks

Oconee Campus
Managing Editor: Makayla Richards
Deputy Managing Editor: Mark Skobba

Lambda Pi Eta
Lambda Pi Eta is the four –year college and university Communication honor society. The goals of Lambda Pi Eta include: Stimulating interesting in the field of Communication, Promoting professional development among Communication majors and Recognizing outstanding scholastic achievement in Communication Studies.

Faculty Advisor: Brian Kline

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