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Is your student organization ready for the Virtual Involvement Carnival 2020?
The Seahawk • August 3, 2020
The annual Involvement Carnival is a one-stop resource for getting involved at UNCW and for recruiting new members into student organizations. This year’s Involvement Carnival, in a time of pandemic, will be unlike any other. How student organizations will make themselves stand out from the crowd could be a game-changer.
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E-Bill due date extended due to inaccurate charges
Caitlyn Dark and Brenna Flanagan July 29, 2020
Two days before the Fall 2020 semester bill was originally due, UNC Wilmington announced an extension due to inaccurate charges because of changes caused by the COVID-19 virus. 
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Mike S. Adams’ death ruled a suicide
Caitlyn Dark, News Editor • July 27, 2020
Former UNC Wilmington professor Mike S. Adams’ sudden July 23 death has been ruled as a suicide, according to the New Hanover County Sheriff's Office in a press release this afternoon.
Photo of Mike S. Adams from his professor profile page for the Sociology and Criminology Department, as of 2020.
Former UNCW professor Mike S. Adams found dead in home
Caitlyn Dark, News Editor • July 24, 2020

Nearly a week before his retirement was set to officially begin, former UNC Wilmington professor Mike S. Adams was found dead in his home yesterday. Adams...

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New ICE policy would deport international students if not attending in-person classes
Caitlyn Dark, News Editor • July 11, 2020
Washington, D.C. — Though international travel has been brought to a near halt by COVID-19, U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement may still be deporting people if many US colleges remain completely online in the fall semester.
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Controversial professor Mike S. Adams retires amid celebrity, student and alumni criticism
Caitlyn Dark, News Editor • July 3, 2020

The end to a nearly 20 year-long controversy at UNC Wilmington may soon be coming to end as UNCW announced last week the retirement of Sociology...

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Students speak out against UNCW professor Dr. Mike Adams
Veronica Wernicke and Brenna Flanagan June 5, 2020

A UNCW professor came under fire again after students' brought attention to his prejudiced tweets about the Black Lives Matter movement. This...

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UNCW receives, begins distributing CARES Act funding
Caitlyn Dark, News Editor • May 21, 2020

As a tumultuous spring semester begins to settle in the rear view, UNC Wilmington students are expecting to reap the benefits of the latest COVID-19...

2020-2021 SGA VP Sabrina Balent and Preisdent Matt Talone.
Matt Talone and Sabrina Balent elected as 2020-2021 SGA president and VP
Veronica Wernicke, Opinion Editor • May 16, 2020

Every year UNC Wilmington students are given the opportunity to vote for the next school year's upcoming Student Government Association student...

Coronavirus Update: UNCW to offer pass/fail class grading and adjusted housing & dining refunds. Photo by Caitlyn Dark, graphic by Lauren Wessell.
UNCW to offer pass/fail class grading, prorated housing and dining refunds
Caitlyn Dark, News Editor • April 8, 2020

The third week of a semester abruptly shifted online has begun with some comforting news for students. Last week, UNC Wilmington announced two...

Do not cheat yourself
Do not cheat yourself
Allison Miller, Sales Director • March 26, 2020

Not every student will openly admit to cheating while earning a college degree, yet academic dishonesty is proven to be an age-old problem, especially...

Coronavirus update: Spring 2020 commencement ceremonies postponed; regalia still available.  Photo by McElspeth from Pixabay, graphic by Lauren Wessell.
Spring 2020 commencement ceremonies postponed; regalia still available
Caitlyn Dark, News Editor • March 20, 2020

UNC Wilmington students have been dealt another unfortunate blow to their college experience. Yesterday morning, the university announced via...

Coronavirus Update: Dining out ban, university updates, and COVID-19 in new Hanover County. Photo my Caitlyn Dark, graphic by Lauren Wessell.
Dining out ban, university updates and COVID-19 in New Hanover
Caitlyn Dark, News Editor • March 19, 2020

On Tuesday afternoon, North Carolina Gov. Roy Cooper issued an executive order for all restaurants and bars in N.C. to close to dine-in guests,...

Dr. Paul E. Lovejoy (left) and Dr. Booksie S. Harrington (right) -- both members of the Harriet Tubman Institute at York University -- embrace each other onstage after Lovejoy’s presentation “Slavery in the Global Diaspora of Africa” the evening of March 5 at UNCW’s Randall Library.
Guest lecturer speaks on hidden truths of slavery
Jack Kessler, Contributing Writer • March 18, 2020

The unspoken truths of slavery — African complicity, its place in the creation of the modern world and the personal stories of those enslaved...

Coronvirus Update: On-campus housing to be vacated. Photo by Travis Stoker, graphic by Lauren Wessell.
On-campus residences to be vacated following new coronavirus guidelines
Caitlyn Dark, News Editor • March 17, 2020

While many students are looking to get back to some sense of normalcy with their college routine, some will face even more hurdles. Earlier this...

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