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    ​​COVID cluster or electrical fire?

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    Biden Campaign sits down with student journalists to discuss abortion rights

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    UNCW invests in new expansion to Randall Library

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    Community, isolation and politics: The mental health of queer students at UNCW

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    Dredging on Wrightsville Beach coming to a close

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    The New Hanover County candidates on your general election ballot

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    Fire at Green Village Apartments displaces residents and students

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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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    Ground Penetrating Radar used at Maides Cemetery to locate unmarked graves

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A poster for the 2024 film Civil War. (Courtesy: A24)

REVIEW: Is “Civil War” the film we need right now?

Noah Phillips, Staff Writer April 19, 2024

It would be far from a reach to say that the United States has become a politically divisive country in the past couple decades. Frankly, to call it just “divisive” is a major understatement. The...

The After by Michael Ramos beneath a tree. (Anna Ford)

Holding the tension: A review of “The After” by Michael Ramos

Sara Byrnes, Staff Writer April 9, 2024

“The After” by Michael Ramos is a valiant portrayal of holding the tension between two extremes until a third way emerges. This book is a collection of personal essays on how to find your place...

Directors in Q&A session. (Samantha Hill/The Seahawk)

Eighteenth annual UNCW Reel Teal Film Festival

Samantha Hill, Marketing Manager April 7, 2024

Film enthusiasts, creators and students gathered in Lumina Theater on March 16 to view the final selected films for viewing and judging at UNCW’s annual Reel Teal Film Festival. Flicker Film Society...

Clothes on hangers outside of a store. (Artificial Photography/Unsplash.com)

Fast fashion vs. thrifting: saving your money and the environment

Samantha Hill, Marketing Manager April 7, 2024

Fashion is a form of self expression and identity. Fashion is displayed everywhere and is worn in different settings, such as school, work, parties and casual wear. With all of these different settings,...

Kaylee Arrington, Tami Rice, Javier Morales, Shelby Kennedy and Diandre’ Richie on being nominated for the 2024 Homecoming Court

Kaylee Arrington, Tami Rice, Javier Morales, Shelby Kennedy and Diandre’ Richie on being nominated for the 2024 Homecoming Court

Anna Ford and Sarah Carter March 27, 2024

The Seahawk sat down with the 2024 Homecoming Court nominees to talk about their time at UNCW and their individual Seahawk journeys.     Kaylee Arrington  For Kaylee Arrington, being...

Cassidy McFadden, Riley Riggs, Jordan Gilchrist, Casandra Douglass and Cody Brandon reflect on their 2024 Homecoming Court nominations

Cassidy McFadden, Riley Riggs, Jordan Gilchrist, Casandra Douglass and Cody Brandon reflect on their 2024 Homecoming Court nominations

Anna Ford, Culture Editor March 27, 2024

The Seahawk met with the 2024 Homecoming Court Nominees to discuss their involvement about UNCW and their goals post-graduation.     Cassidy McFadden   For nominee Cassidy McFadden, being...

Jason Mott ’06, ’08M, author and an associate professor in UNCW’s Department of Creative Writing, has been selected to receive a 2024 Creative Writing Fellowship from the National Endowment for the Arts. (Jeff Janowski/UNCW)

Jason Mott on life and writing after receiving the NEA Fellowship

Sara Byrnes, Staff Writer March 22, 2024

Jason Mott is no stranger to hard work. He supported himself through earning his BFA in Fiction and MFA in Poetry by UNCW by working at Bed Bath & Beyond and Walmart, and after went on to work...

People walk with You belong signs at a Pride month protest. (Adiden Craver/Unsplash.com)

Community, isolation and politics: The mental health of queer students at UNCW

Hannah Markov, Staff Writer March 20, 2024

  Editor’s Note: I was heading to class in Morton Hall and on my usual walk to class, I see on the blackboard that stands in the hallway “a student at N.C. State committed suicide,...

A poster for Carolina Ballet’s “The Little Mermaid.” (Carolina Ballet)

REVIEW: Carolina Ballet’s “The Little Mermaid” honors the classic fairytale

Megan Eesley, Copy Editor March 14, 2024

Performed by the Carolina Ballet in Raleigh at the Fletcher Opera Theater on Thursday, March 7, “The Little Mermaid” twists a tale of heartbreak and fate into a timeless performance.  Inspired...

The Works of Their Hands Tulip Quilt by Unknown. (Samantha Hill/The Seahawk)

“The Work of Their Hands: American Quiltmaking” installation at Cameron Art Museum

Samantha Hill, Marketing Manager March 13, 2024

“The Works of their Hands: American Quiltmaking” exhibit is displayed in the Cameron Art Museum from Feb. 23 until Oct. 20, 2024. The exhibit features textiles that show the legacy of quilt making...

Poster for Sixth Annual Upperman Fashion Show. (Courtesy: UNCW Upperman African American Cultural Center)

Upperman Sixth Annual Homecoming Fashion Show celebrates Black History

Megan Eesley, Copy Editor March 1, 2024

On Feb. 14, the Upperman African American Cultural Center hosted the Upperman Sixth Annual Homecoming Fashion Show at Keenan Auditorium as a part of their “From Our Hands” Black History Month 2024...

Poster art for Dune: Part Two. (Courtesy of Warner Bros. Pictures)

Dune: Part Two: A sci-fi masterpiece for the ages

Noah Phillips, Staff Writer March 1, 2024

Despite receiving delays due to the global pandemic and premiering at the same time on HBO Max, the first part of Denis Villeneuve’s long-awaited, much anticipated and lifelong passion project, an...

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