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The Seahawk

Shooting Stereotypes and Ducks

Courtney Richardson | Contributing Writer September 29, 2011

Hunting game, preserving wetlands and building refugee homes for wildlife are only some of the activities that UNCW's Ducks Unlimited chapter does. Coming up on its eighth year at UNCW and ranked fourth...

Get Dirty, ‘Knotty’ and Wet

Courtney Richardson | Contributing Writer September 29, 2011

Seahawk Adventures provides students with the opportunity to learn how to orienteer, tie knots, surf, flip a kayak, rock climb, hike, camp and more. The best part about these excursions is the price. One...

‘Walk a Mile in Her Shoes’ marathon raises rape crisis awareness through stilettos

Jordan Wilkins | Contributing Writer September 14, 2011

There is an old saying: "You can't really understand another person's experience until you've walked a mile in their shoes." September 24, Wilmington will put this to the test as they host the Fourth Annual...

Reflecting Memories of 9/11

Courtney Richardson | Contributing Writer September 8, 2011

September 11, 2001 at 8:46 a.m., Flight 11 crashed into the north tower of the World Trade Center. Confusion, fear, shock and despair filled the hearts of the American people upon hearing the news. Ten...

“For Colored Girls…” returning to UNCW for the second year in a row

Juliane Bullard | Assistant Layout Editor April 27, 2011

The award winning off-Broadway play "For Colored Girls Who Have Considered Suicide When the Rainbow is Enuf" housed packed audiences last year when the production was brought to UNCW by Kimberly McLaughlin-Smith,...

Losing Clark: His last expedition

Angela Hunt | Staff Writer February 23, 2011

In an office that sits in the heart of the history department, Dr. Andrew F. Clark's collection of artifacts and stories from Africa spanning the 20 years he spent as a professor at UNCW haven't been touched....

Memoirist and USC professor to perform and speak on Borderline Personality Disorder

Gillian Perry | Assistant Lifestyles Editor February 16, 2011

Lisa Johnson: Girl in Need of a Tourniquet is not a typical memoir. According to Dr. Janet Ellerby, Johnson compiles personal narrative, song lyrics, poetry, charts, and other oddities to comprise the...

Shining stars of UNCW: meet the homecoming court of 2011

Lizz Wood | Staff Writer February 9, 2011

This year, five men and five women will compete for the title of homecoming king and queen. Homecoming week is Feb. 14-19, and polls are currently open to vote."The homecoming king and queen are chosen...

‘Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell’ from lens eye view

Juliane Bullard | Assistant Layout Editor February 3, 2011

The cost of coming out as a lesbian is running $80,000 these days. Former University of North Carolina- Chapel Hill student Sara Isaacson can attest to that as she is being forced to pay back her ROTC...

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...

Turkey-day disasters

The Working Mom by Kay Luna, from the Quad-City Times November 4, 2009

Hey, why don't they tell you to look in BOTH ends of the frozen turkey before you cook it (or do they, and I just ignored it???!!!)? Ha! Because I nearly cooked a plastic bag full of giblets (eeeuuuwwwww!!!)...

Candy, candy, everywhere

The Working Mom by Kay Luna, from the Quad-City Times November 3, 2009

So, I was the one who ended up sick at our house over Halloween. Go figure. We didn't go anywhere the entire weekend, period. We even missed trick-or-treating. Luckily, Babycakes is 2 and didn't know the...

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