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The Azalea Belles: Southern charm or troublesome tradition?

Casey McAnarney, Editor-in-Chief October 12, 2020
“I didn’t think critically about what racist and classist tropes the whole event perpetuated because I had room for disconnection afforded to me by my skin color,” she wrote. She also wrote that “toying with the idea of participating in a festival that celebrates such an era is a perverse privilege.”
Black Lives Do Matter mural installed as Wilmington and UNCW reconcile with race

‘Black Lives Do Matter’ mural installed as Wilmington and UNCW reconcile with race

Gia Lash, Contributing Writer October 7, 2020
Following heated debates throughout the summer, the Wilmington City Council approved a “Black Lives Matter” mural on August 19. On Sunday, September 27, the mural was installed around Third Street and Jervay Place. The painted letters spell out “Black Lives Do Matter,” followed by a road-sign inspired diamond that reads, “End Racism Now.” Each letter was painted by a local artist, and the mural is set to stay up for one year. 
Lets talk about the Coup of 1898

Let’s talk about the Coup of 1898

Cierra Noffke, Culture Editor September 15, 2020
The subject of the Coup, and the idea of possible reparations to the descendants of its victims, is long overdue for discussion. On September 15 at 6 PM, you can join a live Zoom panel discussion with the creator of “Wilmington Fire” and other members of Wilmington’s community. 
UNCW hosts a viewing of Wilmington on Fire, a documentary on the Massacre of 1898

UNCW hosts a viewing of “Wilmington on Fire”, a documentary on the Massacre of 1898

Cierra Noffke, Culture Editor September 13, 2020

Five minutes to 7:00 pm, cars were lined up outside the Sarah Kenan Auditorium at UNCW on September 11—a full hour early to a drive-in viewing of “Wilmington on Fire”, a documentary about The Massacre...

Maria and the Von Trapp family. (l-r, b-f)  Liesl (Jordan Davis), Captain Von Trapp (Zach Hanner), Maria (Elizabeth Stovall), Friedrich (Jakob Gruntfest), Kurt (Salder Selby), Louisa (Baylee Allen), Brigitta (Braelyn Sudduth), Marta (Piper Holmes), Gretl (Katie Grace Marinos) pose in for a photo in preparation for their performance of The Sound of Music at Thalian Hall. Photo by Opera House Theatre Company.

‘The Sound of Music’ prepares for second weekend at Wilmington’s Thalian Hall

Emily Andsager, Contributing Writer March 5, 2020

A classic such as “The Sound of Music” is never viewed lightly, but there was no doubt how incredible director Ray Kennedy’s rendition was last Thursday at Thalian Hall. Kennedy, the director...

TacoRoos location at S College and College Acres, pictured as of 23 November 2019.

Cookout-owned TacoRoos to open soon near campus

Jacob Sawyer, Staff Writer November 23, 2019

TacoRoos, a taco restaurant owned by the burger chain CookOut, is set to soon open on the corner of College Road and College Acres Drive. The building was vacant following the closure of a former Hardee’s...

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Halloween events in Wilmington and UNCW

Brenna Flanagan , Lifestyles Editor October 25, 2019

Looking for something to do this Halloween? The Seahawk has rounded up a variety of annual and new events on UNC Wilmington's campus and in the Wilmington community for you to make the most out of 2019...

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Best features of Wilmington coffee shops

Samantha Dickerson , Lifestyles Editor March 10, 2019

Although many people have been to at least one coffee shop in Wilmington, they may not stop to think about what makes some of the shops special from others. What differentiates a good coffee shop from...

UNCW wins first place in UP AND UP Festival competition

UNCW wins first place in UP AND UP Festival competition

Logan Sasser, Contributing Writer March 1, 2019

UNC Wilmington has come in first place in the UP AND UP Festival competition, which means SLUSHII will be performing in Wilmington. The festival is will be held on April 17 at Pier 33 at Port City Marina....

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Where to make plans for February fun

Samantha Dickerson , Lifestyles Editor February 13, 2019
Even though Valentine’s Day is generally considered to be celebrated by couples, many single people decide to celebrate other relationships in their live as well around this holiday. To make a date or an outing easier to plan, The Seahawk has compiled a list of ideas specifically for the Wilmington area that would work for any amount of people in any situation in February.
Still from This Changes Everything.

Cucalorus 24 Review: “This Changes Everything”

Veronica Wernicke, Opinion Editor November 14, 2018

50 percent of films shown at Cucalorus are made by women. Sadly, that isn’t the case everywhere else.    I was brought to tears by "This Changes Everything," Tom Donahue's documentary about the...

Still from This Taco Truck Kills Fascists

Cucalorus 24 Review: “This Taco Truck Kills Fascists”

Veronica Wernicke, Opinion Editor November 12, 2018

Cucalorus 24 was full of shorts, films, stage and connect events that gave artists a chance to speak their minds and let their art be seen and heard by the community. The film "This Taco Truck Kills...

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