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UNCW to close in response to ice storm
Caroline Straubel, Culture Editor • January 20, 2022
In response to an ice storm warning for southeast North Carolina, UNCW announced classes are canceled on Friday, Jan. 21. Campus dining will continue to provide services for residential students during the storm, and areas with heavy foot traffic across campus will be salted by Housing and Residence Life. However, the university is urging students to remain indoors and avoid unnecessary trips across campus.
The search committee for UNCWs next Chancellor.
A closer look at the chancellor search committee
Amanda Leahey, Contributing Writer • January 17, 2022
The Central Parking Deck on campus.
OPINION: The residential parking situation is inconvenient and unfair to on-campus students
Abigail Celoria, Contributing Writer • October 14, 2021
With the start of a new semester, both new and returning on-campus students moved into their new housing assignments excited for an in-person experience, the first for some since the pandemic’s initial outbreak. The delta variant continues to threaten that hope, but campus life has persisted in spite of it, allowing a sense of normalcy to return to the college environment. However, an unexpected beast arose in this perfect storm of returners—namely, the wildly oversaturated parking situation on campus.
Dominic Fike and Zendaya in Out of Touch (2022).
RECAP: ‘Euphoria’ weaves fantasy and expectations with reality in ‘Out of Touch’
Boyce Rucker, Staff Writer • January 18, 2022
In the wake of an eventful new year, to say the least, “Euphoria’s” characters turn to their own idealism, which in turn, fuels their wildest dreams and darkest desires. For a show that stands out for its visual artistry and harsh realities of addiction, “Euphoria’s” newest episode, titled “Out of Touch,” takes a deep look into the main characters’ fantasist psyches. However overblown their fantasies may be, the characters indulge in their questionable desires without much consideration for how their personal relationships will be impacted.
A closeup of a gavel in court.
Criminal Justice Reform Bill looks to hold those in law enforcement accountable
Grace Hall, Contributing Writer • September 12, 2021
For those victims of police violence, Senate Bill 300 seems to be the light at the end of a tunnel. Finally, action is backing words, and seems to herald a new age in which law enforcement officers will be held to a higher standard, and more importantly, will be held accountable for their actions. While many in the police force aim to protect the American people at any cost, for those that go overboard and begin resorting to violence, it could be their new reckoning.
Jaylen Sims game-winning shot against JMU on Jan. 20, 2022 (Cathy Kushner/JMU Athletics)
Sims hits buzzer-beater for seventh consecutive win
Zachary Kilby, Sports Editor • January 20, 2022

HARRISONBURG, Virginia – Jaylen Sims came into Thursday’s showdown with James Madison leading his team in scoring, averaging over 20 points...

Trazarien Whites slam dunk during UNCWs matchup with Coastal Carolina on Nov. 18, 2021 inside Trask Coliseum (Davis Kirk)
MBB Preview: UNCW vs JMU
Zachary Kilby, Sports Editor • January 19, 2022
Humans of the Dub: End of Year Traditions
Humans of the Dub: End of Year Traditions
January 6, 2021
What makes me happy now is making Christmas special for others. It’s not just about getting gifts but giving people things and seeing them react to that. I have a sister, I like to spoil her, and it’s a great time to give back to my parents. As kids we couldn’t give our parents things and now that I’m more mature and can afford things, I like to show my appreciation for them by making it a nice Christmas.
Alex Payton, junior majoring in Public Health and Spanish, on her Christmas traditions. 

Photo courtesy of Alex Payton
Humans of the Dub: Working towards an intentional year
Sunshine Angulo, Humans of the Dub - Head Editor • December 30, 2020
Collin Harrington, junior majoring in Communication Studies and minoring in Business, talks about his favorite Christmas memories.
Photo courtesy of Collin Harrington
Humans of the Dub: Christmas holiday cheer
Sunshine Angulo, Humans of the Dub - Head Editor • December 5, 2020
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