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The news site of UNC Wilmington

The Seahawk

Stop Hunger Now service surge packages 106,000 meals

Gillian Perry | Staff Writer November 17, 2010

What do nine hours in Hanover Gym, over a month of fundraising, hundreds of student and community volunteers, and 106,000 meals packaged for the hungry have in common? All were part of the third annual...

Annual Schweitzer award presented to founder of Kids Making It

Sasha Johnson | Staff Writer November 17, 2010

The UNCW Honors Scholars Program will present the 2010 Albert Schweitzer Honors Scholar during a gathering of freshman honors seminar classes Thursday.  This year's recipient, Jimmy Pierce, is a man who...

‘Pippin’ Combines Endearing Characters with Delightful Spectacle

Trey Morehouse | Staff Writer November 10, 2010

One wouldn't think that a play loosely based on the life of the son of Charlemagne would be fodder for a successful musical comedy, but the UNCW production of "Pippin" proves otherwise. A fun, whimsical,...

Greeks’ talents put on display

Lizz Wood | Staff Writer November 10, 2010

The UNCW Greek community came together Saturday to compete for the title of Mr. and Ms. Greek 2010. Members of Alpha Gamma Delta sorority and Delta Tau Delta fraternity hosted the annual Mr. and Ms. Greek...

Auditions for 11th Annual production of The Vagina Monologues begin

Gillian Perry | Staff Writer November 10, 2010

The UNCW Women's Studies Student Association will be hosting auditions for the 11th annual production of Eve Ensler's "The Vagina Monologues" on Nov. 15 and 16. The show will be performed on Feb. 3 and...

Thriller set in the area will film in Wilmington next year

Megan Burris | Staff Writer November 10, 2010

"Jigsaw," a novel written by Ted Miller Brogden from Goldsboro will be adapted for the screen and shooting will begin in the Wilmington area next summer, according to TriciaKent, publicist for the project....

Hollywood East wraps its first season with infamous guest

Kristin LeGrow | Contributing Writer November 10, 2010

Wilmington-based TV show "Hollywood East" finished its first season and is gearing up for its debut on The final installment of the 10-episode season aired Oct. 31, 2010, guest starring former...

Cape Fear Museum exhibit wins top prize

Liz Wood | Staff Writer November 7, 2010

The Cape Fear Museum was recently presented with the Southeastern Museums Conference Award of Excellence for an exhibit that took over five years to complete and had a budget of over $100,000.The Land...

Renowned author visits UNCW

Megan Burris | Staff Writer November 4, 2010

Students, faculty and community members listened to renowned author Joyce Carol Oates during a question and answer session and reading at UNCW Friday, Oct. 30.Oates began writing when she was 14 and started...

REVIEW: “Medal of Honor” falls short of expectations

Chris Harris | Staff Writer November 4, 2010

The men and women who put on military uniforms deserve nothing but respect, so when a game like "Medal of Honor" promises to deliver a more realistic experience to war in video games, one should hold the...

Few improvements in the ‘Fable’ series

Ricky Davis | Staff Writer November 4, 2010

"Fable 3" is the latest of Peter Molyneux's "Fable" series and has touted quite a bit of anticipation from fans of the series and RPG fans. In the typical Molyneux fashion, many new promises were made...

UNCW presents the cross departmental collaboration of ‘Pippin’

Trey K. Morehouse | Staff Writer November 4, 2010

The UNCW Department of Theatre and the Department of Music have set their sights high in producing the musical "Pippin." The first musical produced at UNCW in four years (the last being "A Year with Frog...

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