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Four Season Fibers: UNCW student creates own knitting business

Casey McAnarney, Editor-in-Chief January 18, 2018

Many families have skills and talents that they like to pass down to their children and grandchildren, whether it be a special game or a handy hobby. One UNC Wilmington student is turning her pasttime...

The end of an era: Saying goodbye to the Vans Warped Tour

Kristen Burgess, Staff Writer December 11, 2017

The punk rock music festival that has been traveling around the country every summer for over 20 years will make its final lap in 2018. Producer Kevin Lyman announced on November 15, "Today, with...

PROFESSOR SPOTLIGHT: Anthony (Tony) Atkins -- Department of English

PROFESSOR SPOTLIGHT: Anthony (Tony) Atkins — Department of English

November 29, 2017

Have you ever been curious about the person lecturing at the front of the classroom? In "Professor Spotlight," we reach out to UNCW professors to learn more about these individuals teaching us every day....

Used straws collected during a beach sweep. Courtesy of UNCW Plastic Ocean Project.

Why UNCW should “Stop Sucking”

Rachel Logan and Chantai Thomas November 16, 2017

“Sea Turtle with Straw up its Nostril - "NO" TO PLASTIC STRAWS” is a video with which many people are now familiar. With almost 15 million views on Youtube today, this video, first posted by an...

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UNCW Department of Creative Writing celebrates eighteenth Writer’s Week

Carey Shook, Contributing Writer November 16, 2017

Each year during the last week of October, the UNC Wilmington Department of Creative Writing hosts Writers’ Week – a series of events that brings in authors, publishers, alumni and professors to speak...

PROFESSOR SPOTLIGHT: Lisa Buchanan - Watson College of Education

PROFESSOR SPOTLIGHT: Lisa Buchanan – Watson College of Education

November 13, 2017

Have you ever been curious about the person lecturing at the front of the classroom? In "Professor Spotlight," we reach out to UNCW professors to learn more about these individuals teaching us every...

My Inktober experience

My Inktober experience

Skylar Chadwick, Contributing Writer November 13, 2017

31 days, 31 drawings. The Inktober initiative was created in 2009 by Jake JP Parker. He wanted to challenge himself to improve his inking skills and develop positive drawing habits. However, he...

PROFESSOR SPOTLIGHT: Michaela Howells -- Anthropology and Women's Studies

PROFESSOR SPOTLIGHT: Michaela Howells — Anthropology and Women’s Studies

November 7, 2017

Have you ever been curious about the person lecturing at the front of the classroom? In "Professor Spotlight," we reach out to UNCW professors to learn more about these individuals teaching us every day....

PROFESSOR SPOTLIGHT: Matthew Eshleman - Philosophy and Religion

PROFESSOR SPOTLIGHT: Matthew Eshleman – Philosophy and Religion

Veronica Wernicke, Staff Writer October 30, 2017

Have you ever been curious about the person lecturing at the front of the classroom? In "Professor Spotlight," we reach out to UNCW professors to learn more about these individuals teaching us every day....

UNCW celebrates 70 years

UNCW celebrates 70 years

Kyle Kissinger and Maddie Driggers October 27, 2017

Wilmington College was established in September 1947, only accommodating 238 students when it opened. 70 years later, and after changing their name to the University of North Carolina at Wilmington in...

Jocabed Aragon, as a young girl

UNCW student’s experiences as daughter of immigrants, friend of DACA recipient

Martin Brown, Contributing Writer October 26, 2017

In the concrete basement of an old church in Berkeley, Calif., a young woman in a t-shirt and jeans sits in a makeshift room at a small desk. On her left sits a woman in a long brown maxi skirt, who describes...

What you should know about mindfulness

What you should know about mindfulness

Sara Sipes, Contributing Writer October 25, 2017

Mindfulness: The health craze that you’ve been hearing about finally has a definition. According to mindful.org, “Mindfulness is the basic human ability to be fully present, aware of where we are...

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