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Guide to the Midterm Elections

Guide to the Midterm Elections

Brenna Flanagan, Contributing Writer October 30, 2018

It’s that time of year again – election season. For those of you who are discouraged or confused about voting because you’re afraid you’re not informed enough, The Seahawk has you covered. In this...

One of the many Operation BBQ Relief trucks on site at the old Kmart parking lot.

Operation BBQ Relief serving more than just BBQ

Veronica Wernicke and Amanda Hagy October 4, 2018

In the aftermath of a hurricane like Florence, devastation and destruction take their toll on the community. People can be left without homes, personal items, power, water, food and a sense of hope...

Whats open in Wilmington post-Florence

What’s open in Wilmington post-Florence

Maddie Driggers, Lifestyles Editor October 2, 2018

There were quite a few restaurants, coffee shops, stores and other businesses that sustained significant damage thanks to Hurricane Florence. Here are some updates on a few of your favorite Wilmington...

The top ten concerts coming to North Carolina this summer

The top ten concerts coming to North Carolina this summer

Samantha Dickerson , Contributing Writer April 23, 2018

One of the best things about being a student is that summer is normally an opportunity for some awesome adventures. One great experience that is perfect for summer is a concert, and North Carolina is full...

Beer happy: How to fully enjoy an adult beverage in the Port City

Beer happy: How to fully enjoy an adult beverage in the Port City

Amanda Hagy, Contributing Writer April 19, 2018

For some college students, having to choose between shotgunning a Bud or Natty Light is a familiar dilemma, and downing four or five beers within an hour may not be an uncommon activity. Even given this...

The Pomegranate Books storefront. Courtesy of Pomegranate Books.

Pomegranate Books: Persephone’s bookstore of choice

Jonathan Montague, Contributing Writer March 19, 2018

In the modern world, print is slowing giving way to the digital age. Sometimes it seems like everything imaginable is becoming a part of “the Cloud," and yet, there are still things to value about tangible...

Port City Princess Parties offers an array of princess costume choices for purchase for  childrens parties.

UNCW students produce magic with local princess party business

Maddie Driggers, Assistant Lifestyles Editor March 15, 2018

Creating magical experiences for children is all in a day’s work for the two women and UNC Wilmington students who co-founded Port City Princess Parties, a local business that brings royalty to your...

Grab a coffee, rescue a kitten: Wilmingtons first cat cafe

Grab a coffee, rescue a kitten: Wilmington’s first cat cafe

Kristen Burgess, Staff Writer February 27, 2018

Soon you will be able to enjoy your Sunday morning macchiato while contributing to the rescue efforts of local homeless kittens. The Scratching Post Cafe, Wilmington's first cat cafe, will be opening soon....

UNCW students win chance to perform in 2018 Azalea Festival

Maddie Driggers and Kyle Kissinger February 12, 2018

UNCW’s annual Battle of the Bands competition took place on campus on Friday, Feb. 9 in the Burney Center as one of the Association for Campus Entertainment’s (ACE) Homecoming week events. Five student-based...

Wilmington spilled the beans

Kristen Yun, Contributing Writer February 2, 2018

Locals and visitors were invited to enjoy a cup-o-joe from Wilmington's best hole-in-the-wall coffee shops. The first annual Wilmington Coffee Crawl took place downtown on Saturday, January 27. Crawlers...

Look cool and stay warm: 7 ways to stunt this fall

Look cool and stay warm: 7 ways to stunt this fall

Maddie Driggers, Assistant Lifestyles Editor November 28, 2017

All Velvet Everything One trend that has been literally everywhere this fall and on every piece of clothing imaginable is velvet. I’ve seen velvet tops, pants, shoes, and even scrunchies (which I’m...

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