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UNCW student creates docuseries during pandemic

UNCW student creates docuseries during pandemic

Hannah McDonnell, Staff Writer March 14, 2021

Over the course of the fall 2020 semester, student Logan Harvey and friends filmed as much as they possibly could of their daily lives. They realized that it would be an abnormal semester and wanted to...

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Hacks to deal with midterm burnout

Emma Smith , Contributing Writer March 13, 2021
Midterm burnouts are essentially a buildup of stress due to an overload of work. Students begin to lose motivation and become mentally exhausted because the pressure of assignment due dates becomes too stress-inducing. 
The Flicker Film Society hosts the 2021 Reel Teal Film Festival

The Flicker Film Society hosts the 2021 Reel Teal Film Festival

Caroline Straubel, Contributing Writer March 10, 2021

The UNCW Flicker Film Society is hosting the 2021 Reel Teal Film Festival which runs from March 8 to March 14. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the films are available to stream online and the code to view...

Best of Visions: What to expect from this year’s film festival

Best of Visions: What to expect from this year’s film festival

Boyce Rucker, Contributing Writer March 7, 2021

As we approach the one year mark since the initial COVID-19 lockdown, it’s not surprising that many events are still opting for virtual settings as opposed to continuing with in-person gatherings.  Among...

Boseman Gallery’s 2021 scholarship recipient Ann Miller Finch reclaims the female nude with her exhibit “The Reach of Our Arms”

Boseman Gallery’s 2021 scholarship recipient Ann Miller Finch reclaims the female nude with her exhibit “The Reach of Our Arms”

Caroline Straubel , Contributing Writer March 6, 2021

The Ann Flack Boseman Gallery announced their 2021 scholarship winner, as Ann Miller Finch, a studio art major from Raleigh, North Carolina. The art history department offers an annual merit...

The essential Irish-themed books to read for March

The essential Irish-themed books to read for March

Layla Culler, Contributing Writer March 6, 2021

St. Patrick’s Day is just around the corner, which means this is the perfect time to read some Irish books.  Here is a list of a variety of Irish-themed titles.  Some are about Ireland while others...

Alan S. Kim, left, Steven Yeun, Noel Cho and Yeri Han in A24's

REVIEW: ‘Minari’ cultivates a future for Asian-American filmmaking

Stephen Lambros, Staff Writer March 2, 2021

Great Asian-American films aren’t exactly a dime a dozen. Hollywood rarely makes films with a majority cast of Asian-ethnic actors (though there are some notable exceptions such as ‘The Joy Luck Club,’...

New campus initiative brings mindfulness to UNCW

New campus initiative brings mindfulness to UNCW

Hannah McDonnell, Staff Writer February 28, 2021

Mindful UNCW is a new campus-wide initiative designed to increase mindfulness practices among students, faculty and staff. This initiative was designed to connect other campus organizations and anyone...

Fresh Fish at the local fish auction of The Hague, Netherlands.

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Your food isn’t as sustainable as you thought—how can you do better?

Shelby Diehl, Contributing Writer February 28, 2021

From the heavy carbon and water footprints to the vast amount of deforestation, the food industry has left quite a negative impression on the environment. The irresponsibilities of the industry have resulted...

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Why critics are calling for Sia’s movie “Music” to be excluded from the Golden Globes

Hannah McDonnell, Staff Writer February 28, 2021

Sia’s new movie “Music” has amassed so much controversy, a viral petition to have the film condemned by the industry and for it’s two Golden Globe nominations to be rescinded is circulating the...

My first attempt at homemade bread anything. It took 6 hours.

Baking for Beginners: Monkey Bread

Emma Smith, Contributing Writer February 24, 2021

Baking can be intimidating for those who lack experience or can’t figure out how to work an oven. But fear not, I have discovered a simple recipe here that can make any person, with or without experience,...

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11 of Wilmington’s best coffee shops

Cierra Noffke, Culture Editor February 24, 2021
One of the cornerstones of Wilmington’s appeal are its coffee shops, and new ones seemingly spring up every year. Navigating the scape can be overwhelming, so we’ve  rounded up some of Wilmington’s finest coffee places, accounting for the overall vibe, the indoor space and the variety and quality of the menu.
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