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    Ann Marie Pierce: Wilmington local who took her love of running all the way to the Olympic Trials

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    Wilmington locals outraged at Cape Fear Memorial Bridge toll meeting

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    Interview with Head Coach Ashley Wade and infielder Mary Sobataka

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The cover art for Party School by Jon Hart. (The Sager Group)

REVIEW: Jon Hart’s “Party School” leaves much to be desired

Megan Eesley, Copy Editor December 3, 2023

Jon Hart’s young adult novel “Party School” is not the traditional college story of Elle Woods-like success. It follows Dylan Mills, an unexceptional student who let his anxiety keep him from...

ChatGPT, which has received reams of national coverage this year, is only one example of artificial intelligence. (Dreamstime/TNS)

Artificial intelligence at UNCW

Megan Eesley, Copy Editor December 3, 2023

Within the halls of a university, the effect of artificial intelligence (AI) can be overwhelming.   There is a belief that little can be done to restrict student use of AI to complete assignments,...

Rachel Zegler as Lucy Gray Baird in The Hunger Games: The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes. (Courtesy of Lionsgate)

REVIEW: “The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes” deserves the highest praise

Sarah Carter, Staff Writer November 30, 2023

The release of the movie adaptation of “The Hunger Games: The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes” brings viewers back to Suzanne Collin’s dystopian world of Panem, 60 years prior to the original...

Outside of Wagoner Hall as students  approach for Wagsgiving.

Feasting at the 15th annual Wagsgiving

Samantha Hill, Staff Writer November 28, 2023

Students gathered Thursday, Nov. 16, at Wagoner Dining Hall to celebrate the 15th annual Wagsgiving. Wagsgiving is celebrated every fall semester with Thanksgiving themed dishes. Students gather...

Kevin Kosicki Performing in the pre-show of Dracula.

Behind the scenes: “Dracula”

Samantha Hill, Staff Writer November 28, 2023

The UNCW theater department put on a performance of a lifetime with the production of “Dracula.” Held in Kenan Auditorium, the show lasted for three weekends. Directed by Christopher Marino, the...

Dr. Eman Ghoneim on her expedition to Egypt. (Eman Ghoneim/UNCW)

Dr. Eman Ghoneim: Uncovering the Nile

Olivia Vizethann, Staff Writer November 27, 2023

Dr. Eman Ghoneim, a professor in the Department of Earth and Ocean Sciences at UNCW, will lead a research expedition to Egypt in Dec. 2023 in hopes of uncovering lost branches of the Nile and making...

A variety of candy apples for sale at Kilwins on Market St.

Fall activities in Wilmington

Samantha Hill, Staff Writer November 11, 2023

  Fall is here in the Wilmington area, bringing in an abundance of activities to do. Check out some of these activities in the local area to do with friends this fall season. Outdoor and Nature Long...

Interim Honors Director Dr. Eva Mehl during an interview with The Seahawk.

Dr. Eva Mehl: The value of hard work

Sarah Carter, Staff Writer November 8, 2023

It takes a special person to actively seek ways in which they can improve others' lives. The University of North Carolina Wilmington (UNCW) has an interim Honors Director who does exactly that and...

Leonardo DiCaprio in “Killers of the Flower Moon,” in theaters now. (Apple Studios)

“Killers of the Flower Moon:” Cinematic masterpiece and American tragedy

Noah Phillips, Staff Writer November 7, 2023

The following review contains major spoilers throughout. The newest film from Martin Scorsese, “Killers of the Flower Moon,” seems like the culmination of his career, a three-and-a-half hour...

UNCW Department of Theatres Dracula is approaching its third and final week of performances from Nov. 9 to Nov. 12. The show is based on the iconic gothic novel by Bram Stoker.

REVIEW: UNCW’s bone-chilling production of “Dracula”

Sarah Carter, Staff Writer November 4, 2023

The University of North Carolina Wilmington (UNCW) theater department brings the story of "Dracula" to the stage demonstrating the gothic tale with excellence. The audience is transported back to the...

A poster for Carolina Ballets Frankenstein. (Carolina Ballet)

REVIEW: Carolina Ballet’s “Frankenstein” is an ode to death and humanity

Megan Eesley, Copy Editor October 27, 2023

Performed by the Carolina Ballet in Raleigh at the Fletcher Opera Theater on Saturday, Oct. 14, “Frankenstein” based on the novel by Mary Shelley is a triumph. Choreographed by Artistic Director...

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Multilingualism at UNCW: The voices of the students

Megan Eesley, Copy Editor October 27, 2023

Individuals who bring languages other than English when they immigrate to the United States deal with an extra layer of alienation from the culture due to a language barrier and stigmas against them....

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