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The reality for North Carolina migrant farmworkers

The reality for North Carolina migrant farmworkers

Shelby Diehl, Contributing Writer April 1, 2021

For the past week, UNCW’s College of Health & Human Services has been hosting “Food for Thought: Farmworkers & the Intersection of Equity, Health & Food.” This series of presentations,...

A new building for the Film Studies department is under construction.

An inside look into the film studies major and new building

Abigail Celoria, Contributing Writer February 21, 2021

UNCW’s Film Studies program is one of the university’s major academic attractions. Blending film theory and production, both undergraduate and graduate students learn the essentials of the craft while...

College Love: My pandemic buddy became my lifelong friend

College Love: My pandemic buddy became my lifelong friend

Anonymous February 14, 2021
Early June, summer of 2019, Dana was put into my life on a sterling silver platter.
An image from a book market in Lyon looking across the Saône river towards La Basilique Notre Dame de Fourvière located in Vieux Lyon.

Tales from Abroad: savoring the beauty of everyday life in France

Cierra Noffke, Culture Editor February 11, 2021

Emma Cowen wakes before the sun on a cool fall morning. She laces up her boots and puts on her work clothes. While the sun creeps into the sky, she walks out into a dew-laden pasture. Cowen is walking...

The life and legacy of the “Notorious R.B.G” will live on for generations 

The life and legacy of the “Notorious R.B.G” will live on for generations 

Hannah Horowitz, Contributing Writer September 23, 2020
The event has left many Americans grieving, perplexed by what the future has to hold for Ginsburg’s now vacant seat. At this moment, it feels appropriate to honor her legacy by reminding readers of the incredible work she did towards eliminating gender discrimination in all aspects of American society. We cannot let her life work and accomplishments be overshadowed by the tumultuous political period that we are currently experiencing
Let's talk about the Coup of 1898

Let’s talk about the Coup of 1898

Cierra Noffke, Culture Editor September 15, 2020
The subject of the Coup, and the idea of possible reparations to the descendants of its victims, is long overdue for discussion. On September 15 at 6 PM, you can join a live Zoom panel discussion with the creator of “Wilmington Fire” and other members of Wilmington’s community. 

Pandemic Playlist #4 with Moses Eshiet

Fairley Lloyd, Staff Writer May 1, 2020

Need something to get you through Finals’ Week? Check out the playlist from Moses Eshiet, a senior majoring in communication studies! His playlist is called “The Rona.” Similar to other interviewed...

Lake Travis Reads will present an evening with Lara Prescott on Feb. 26 at 7 p.m. at the Bee Cave Public Library. Prescott is the author of the best-selling novel “The Secrets We Kept.”

Quarantine Book Club Bonus: Interview with Lara Prescott, author of ‘The Secrets We Kept’

Brenna Flanagan, Lifestyles Editor April 26, 2020

As part of The Seahawk's ongoing book club, the first book featured was the spy novel "The Secrets We Kept," the first novel from the talented Lara Prescott. The review for the novel came out on April...

Pandemic Playlist #3 with Meredith Wilson

Fairley Lloyd, Staff Writer April 25, 2020

Check out the playlist from Meredith Wilson, a senior majoring in communication studies with a minor in leadership! Her playlist is called “Quarantine,” which she created as motivation to get through...

Pandemic Playlist #2 with Darius Melton

Fairley Lloyd, Staff Writer April 19, 2020

Check out the playlist from Darius Melton, The Seahawk's Opinions Editor and a senior majoring in creative writing! Since 2020, Melton has been creating multiple playlists for each month of the year. “This...

Pandemic Playlist #1 with Rachel Cash

Fairley Lloyd, Staff Writer April 10, 2020

With the COVID-19 pandemic stressing most of us out for a myriad of reasons—worry about the future, concern for our health, boredom staying at home—it is as good as time as ever to listen to some of...

Students wait in line at Late Night Breakfast event for Homecoming 2020. Photo by Hollis Andrews.

Homecoming 2020: behind closed doors

Tatyana Williams , Contributing Writer February 12, 2020

2020. The new decade and a new start to  UNC Wilmington's homecoming traditions. This year’s theme, “Celebrating Decades of Tradition,” brings an overall feeling of embracing the old and beginning...

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