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This photo, courtesy of Atlantis, shows the magazine's editorial staff. [Back Row from Left to Right] Mason Hamberlin, Raja Jalernpan, Rebekkah LaBlue, Matt Theis, Kyle Maples, Lindy Schoenborn and Sarah Wall [Front Row from Left to Right] Nikki Kroushl, Carey Shook, Tally Pavel, Caroline Orth, Chantai Thomas, Becka Jackson and Logan Prochaska.

Freedom of expression debate, Atlantis soon to release latest issue

Casey McAnarney, Editor in Chief April 13, 2017

In preparation for their spring issue, editors for Atlantis, a creative magazine on UNC Wilmington’s campus, had been reviewing submissions of work created and poured over by students. However, now...

Mensah is the winner of the SGA presidential race and will succeed current SGA president, Dan McCord.

Ottillie Mensah announced SGA president for next school year

Casey McAnarney , Editor in Chief March 1, 2017

Student Government Association presidential candidate Ottillie Mensah has been announced the winner of this years' presidential election. Having won with 52.18 percent of the vote, Mensah will succeed...

McCord, pictured here, interviewed with The Seahawk last year when running for reelection.

SGA President Dan McCord reminisces on time at UNCW, looks toward the future

Casey McAnarney , Editor in Chief March 1, 2017

As the student government elections continue and next year’s members plan to make their mark on campus, UNC Wilmington’s current Student Government Association president remembers the work that has...

Both candidates will compete again for a short, three-day re-election for student body president, and this time write-in candidates will not be allowed.

Turney & Mensah square-off in rare student government run-off

Daniel West | Contributing Writer February 27, 2017

This week’s Student Government Association elections turned in a few surprises.  First, the total votes cast were far more than had been expected.  With over 1,500 votes cast for class president, this...

Candidate Profiles: SGA presidential running mates hope to be a voice for students, advocates on their behalf

Casey McAnarney , Editor in Chief February 17, 2017

With the elections of the UNC Wilmington Student Government Association around the corner and a tumultuous semester left behind for students, two presidential running mates hope to work to overcome these...

College student suspended after filming teacher saying Trump’s election was ‘an act of terrorism’

Roxana Kopetman | MCT February 16, 2017

COSTA MESA, Calif. - An Orange Coast College student who secretly videotaped his instructor making anti-Trump statements was suspended from school and told to write a letter of apology as well as a three-page...

Candidate Profile: New SGA president hopeful seeks change and new possibilities for campus

Casey McAnarney , Editor in Chief February 13, 2017

As the end of the year approaches and the student body prepares for the election of officials to the UNC Wilmington Student Government Association, one candidate hopes to work with students in order...

UNCW Professors reflect upon Star News editorial on Mike Adams

Casey McAnarney , Editor in Chief January 12, 2017

In an editorial published Dec. 4 in the StarNews, the editorial board of the paper discussed the implications of the controversy regarding Dr. Mike Adams that reached national news at the end of 2016,...

Campus hostility worsens, students left to pick up the pieces

Casey McAnarney and Elizabeth Heglar November 22, 2016

Post-election hostility continues to grow on UNC Wilmington’s campus as arguments between students and a professor, Dr. Mike Adams, over social media erupt into petitions calling for his resignation...

Starting at 9 a.m. on Nov. 11, protesters gathered to show their distaste for the United State's new president-elect, Donald Trump. 

Peaceful Trump protest takes place on UNCW campus

Rallying together after an election that many feel polarized the nation, UNC Wilmington students and community members came together for a peaceful protest against the new president-elect, Donald J. Trump.After...

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Latest chalking drama shows unrest over election

Casey McAnarney , Editor in Chief November 8, 2016

After controversy last week over "chalkings" on campus that some thought borderlined vulgarity, students unaffiliated with organizations continued to chalk over each other's work as well as push their...

New chalkings outside of Morton and Leutze halls discuss both the political and personal aspects of current presidential candidates.

New chalkings outside of Morton get personal about the election

Casey McAnarney, Editor in Chief November 4, 2016

Latest chalkings found on the pavement between Morton and Leutze Hall in support of presidential candidate, Donald J. Trump, focus on the personal matters of the Republican nominee’s opponent, Hillary...

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