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“He Named Me Malala” : A fight for women’s rights and education for all

Helen Rogalski | Opinion Editor

March 24, 2016

Filed under Lifestyles, Lifestyles / Entertainment

In the middle of midterms and just before spring break, ONE put on a screening of "He Named Me Malala," a documentary on Malala Yousafzai, a Pakistani activist and the youngest person to ever receive a Nobel...

Cardio Dance moves students with fun workouts

Elizabeth Hegler | Assistant Lifestyles Editor

March 24, 2016

Filed under Lifestyles, Lifestyles / Health, Lifestyles / Student Life, Lifestyles / Uncw Living

It’s a known fact that many students at UNC Wilmington love to dance, but what about doing it for fitness purposes? The Student Recreation Center offers a group exercise class called Cardio Dance that involves cardio movements put to cur...

Spend a semester in the ‘happiest place on Earth’

Elizabeth Heglar | Assistant Lifestyles Editor

March 24, 2016

Filed under Lifestyles, Lifestyles / Entertainment, Lifestyles / Student Life, Lifestyles / The Arts, Lifestyles / Uncw Living

On a college campus and throughout America, one would be hard-pressed to find someone who has never heard of one of the largest companies in the world, the Walt Disney Company. But how many know about the Disney College Program? T...

Neil Hilborn performs at UNCW

Sophie Misshula | Contributing Writer

March 3, 2016

Filed under Lifestyles, Lifestyles / Entertainment, Lifestyles / The Arts

A slam poet with almost 10 million hits on YouTube performed at UNC Wilmington’s Burney Center on Feb. 25 to a packed auditorium of students. Most knew him by his breakout slam poem "OCD", which went viral on the pop...

If a UNCW vagina could talk, what would it say?

Malia Benison | Contributing Writer

February 25, 2016

Filed under Lifestyles, Lifestyles / Entertainment, Lifestyles / Student Life, Lifestyles / Uncw Living

Celebrating yet another anniversary this past week at UNC Wilmington, the Vagina Monologues, a show that recognizes the joys and struggles of women, took audience members by their emotions, making them laugh hysterically and think deeply. The ...

Participants take the plunge for a good cause

Elizabeth Heglar | Contributing Writer

February 18, 2016

Filed under Lifestyles, Lifestyles / Student Life, Lifestyles / Uncw Living

On Saturday, Feb. 13, 100 or so brave souls ventured into the icy ocean water for a good cause. The Special Olympics Polar Plunge celebrated its 12th year in Carolina Beach, featuring a 5K before participants plunged into the ocean....

Beau-tiful things happening in Wilmington

Ava Hicks | Contributing Writer

February 18, 2016

Filed under Lifestyles, Lifestyles / City Life, Lifestyles / Student Life, Lifestyles / Uncw Living

Just minutes from campus, at the intersection of Wrightsville and Kerr, a new business has opened its doors and is touching the hearts of the residents of Wilmington. Locals Amy and Ben Wright are the couple responsible for the...

A feminist comes to Tree Hill

Kelsey Prillman | Contributing Writer

February 11, 2016

Filed under Lifestyles, Lifestyles / Entertainment

“[Screw], marry, kill: Jamie Lannister, Peeta or Beyonce.” It sounds like a conversation overheard at any table in Hawks. In fact, it was the first question asked by an audience member to bestselling author Roxane Gay on Tu...

Battle House brings tactical gameplay to Wilmington

Elizabeth Heglar | Contributing Writer

February 11, 2016

Filed under Lifestyles, Lifestyles / City Life, Lifestyles / Entertainment, Lifestyles / Student Life, Lifestyles / Uncw Living

Laser tag has been a longtime favorite among families, however this enjoyable pastime takes on a different level of competitiveness at a new Wilmington establishment, Battle House. Specializing in tactical gameplay, Battle Hou...

Seeing the world at UNCW’s Intercultural Festival

Kelsey Prillman | Contributing Writer

February 11, 2016

Filed under Lifestyles, Lifestyles / Student Life, Lifestyles / The Arts, Lifestyles / Uncw Living

Ever wanted to travel the world but felt like you didn’t have the time or money? People had the chance to fulfill their wanderlust, or at least a part of it, on Saturday morning by attending UNC Wilmington's annual Intercult...

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