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U.S. News recognizes UNCW

Joe Lowe | News Editor February 3, 2015

The University of North Carolina Wilmington has been recognized by the U.S. News & World Report for the second year in a row.The multi-platform publisher ranked UNCW fourth of five universities in the...

Sheerer appointed UNCW interim provost

Sheerer appointed UNCW interim provost

Joe Lowe | News Editor January 28, 2015

The University of North Carolina Wilmington announced Dr. Marilyn Sheerer will serve as the Interim Provost of the university on Friday.Prior to her hire, Sheerer served as Provost of East Carolina University...

Student found dead in on-campus apartment

Web Editor | Samantha Santana January 27, 2015

The University of North Carolina Wilmington Police Department is undergoing an investigation after the death of a UNCW student was confirmed today.According to a press release from UNCW, Douglas Alberto...

Tuition increases for UNCW students

Nathan Johnson | Intern January 15, 2015

The tuition for UNC Wilmington students will increase this year.UNCW’s Board of Trustees met on November 20 to review a request for a tuition increase. Michael Shivar, the chair of Board of Trustees,...

Paul Hearty joins research team granted $4.25 million

Miriam Himes | Opinion Editor January 15, 2015

UNCW professor Paul Hearty joined a team working to find new ways to understand climate change and the precarious future of our planet.Hearty, an associate professor in the environmental science department...

Some members of UNCW's cheer team pose next to the new, unveiled logo. The logo was released right before the UNCW vs. Elon basketball game where students cheered the Seahawks on to victory at Trask Coliseum.

New UNCW Logo to be unveiled in January

Kevin McClary | Staff Writer January 15, 2015

It was announced on October 17 at Midnight Madness that UNC Wilmington will be unveiling a new athletics logo on January 28, 2015. This announcement has sparked the curiosity of many students, alumni,...

McIntyre donates Congressional papers to Randall Library

Nathan Johnson | Interning Writer November 17, 2014

Retiring Congressman Mike McIntyre donated a collection of congressional papers to Randall Library’s Special Collection.Announced on Nov. 10, the documents donated to Randall Library span Congressman...

Hawks for Hunger accepting donations to provide for local families

Nathan Johnson | Interning Writer November 17, 2014

UNC Wilmington is now accepting donations for its charity campaign, Hawks for Hunger.For every gift or donation made during the month of November, the Hawks for Hunger sponsors will donate a meal to a...

Chancellor search continues on schedule

Nathan Johnson | Interning Writer November 17, 2014

The Chancellor search continues on schedule.“The timeline is going as we expected,” Board of Trustees Chair Michael Shivar said. “We have met our goals so far as a committee and now the search firm...

Building renovations scheduled to be complete in July

Kathrin Bitner | Interning Writer November 11, 2014

Construction of the Social and Behavioral Science building, with a budget of $10 million dollars, is planned to finish in July of 2015 for fall semester classes.The Social and Behavioral Sciences building...

UNCW professor studies declining flounder population

Brittany Murdock | Staff Writer November 4, 2014

Since 2005, professor of marine biology Fred Scharf along with his team of UNCW undergraduates and graduate students, have been studying the migration patterns and genetics of flounder in the New River...

CARE makes plans for White House Grant

Joe Lowe | News Editor November 3, 2014

UNC Wilmington’s CARE has now made plans for the White House grant it received this past month.On behalf of the White House, CARE, UNCW’s Substance Abuse Prevention and Education Program, received...

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