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The Seahawk, Sponsored Content • September 24, 2020
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New Hanover voter guide 2020: State offices
Nicolas Ziccardi, Contributing Writer • October 25, 2020
Not only do local candidates have the greatest control over the facets of life that reach their citizens, but they are also more closely linked and beholden to their constituents.
Doctor holding mask and stethoscope during the COVID-19 pandemic. Photo by Ashkan Forouzani
OPINION: We must prepare for the next pandemic now
Jacob Sawyer, Contributing Writer • October 22, 2020
The US is facing its worst health crisis in more than 100 years. The COVID-19 pandemic has inflicted unprecedented economic and social disruption this year, with no end in sight. Eight million Americans have fallen ill with the virus, and 220,000 of them did not make it. This means the US has the highest numbers of any nation. And yet cases are still soaring; in fact, they are on track to hit a third peak. Scientists are warning that this peak may be the largest of them all, especially as winter weather will force huge swaths of the country indoors and several holidays loom.
A woman holding three nuggets of dried marijuana leaf for pain management, depression, anxiety and PTSD. Photo by: Sharon McCutcheon
OPINION: Legalize cannabis now
Jacob Sawyer, Contributing Writer • October 18, 2020
Baking for Beginners: Pumpkin Roll
Baking for Beginners: Pumpkin Roll
Lauren Wessell, Managing Editor • October 23, 2020
The headline here is a little misleading so I’ll be honest, this is an intermediate level recipe. You will need to be an avid fan of "The Great British Baking Show" or at least have a second pair of helping hands that are a little more skilled than you! But Halloween is coming soon, making this is the perfect opportunity to challenge yourself with a classic fall treat.
What is the Electoral College?
What is the Electoral College?
Cierra Noffke, Culture Editor • October 22, 2020
American election mail envelope with face mask
New Hanover voter guide 2020: State offices
Nicolas Ziccardi, Contributing Writer • October 25, 2020
Not only do local candidates have the greatest control over the facets of life that reach their citizens, but they are also more closely linked and beholden to their constituents.
Doctor holding mask and stethoscope during the COVID-19 pandemic. Photo by Ashkan Forouzani
OPINION: We must prepare for the next pandemic now
Jacob Sawyer, Contributing Writer • October 22, 2020
UNC Wilmington students Brent Jansen (low, center-left) and Jacob Denton (low, center-right) hold up their signature whiteboard with the message "We are believers" in the student section during UNCW
CAA Men’s Basketball schedule released
Zachary Kilby, Sports Editor • October 15, 2020

WILMINGTON – Wednesday, Oct. 14 marked the official first day of practice for UNC Wilmington’s men’s and women’s basketball teams. The...

Devontae Cacok (15) attempts a free throw during UNCW
Cacok’s Championship
Zachary Kilby, Sports Editor • October 13, 2020
Shykeim Phillips during UNCW
2020 UNCW men’s basketball Media Day
Zachary Kilby, Sports Editor • October 8, 2020
Transferring to the Dub: Megan Stanley
Transferring to the Dub: Megan Stanley
Leah Sherrell, Humans of the Dub - Assistant Editor • October 18, 2020

Where did you transfer from? Why did you transfer to UNCW?   I transferred because Wake Tech is a community college which only offers two...

A look into the UNCW Administration
A look into the UNCW Administration's response to Covid-19
Leah Sherrell, Humans of the Dub - Assistant Editor • September 25, 2020
Humans of the Dub: Fear and Financial Instability
Humans of the Dub: Fear and Financial Instability
Sunshine Angulo, Humans of the Dub - Assistant Editor • September 8, 2020
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