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Humans of the Dub: UNCW / Faculty / Student Life

Humans of the Dub: UNCW / Faculty / Student Life

Ethan Marsh, Humans of the Dub - Staff October 25, 2018

What made you decide to come to UNCW and what keeps you here? Well, I needed an education. And this is, you know, originally was as good a place as any, in terms of getting one. But I've certainly come...

Humans of the Dub: Hurricane Florence / University Apartments / Displacement

Humans of the Dub: Hurricane Florence / University Apartments / Displacement

Tara Pak, Humans of the Dub - Staff October 24, 2018

How were you affected by Hurricane Florence? Well, I had to go home for the majority of the time because I didn’t have a place here to stay. Then, after school started back I still didn’t have...

Humans of the Dub: Struggle / New Beginnings / Life in Wilmington

Humans of the Dub: Struggle / New Beginnings / Life in Wilmington

McKenzie Rankin, Humans of the Dub - Staff October 23, 2018

What’s the greatest struggle you’ve endured? Let’s see. Ever endured? I’d have to say when I was in high school looking at colleges. I used to live in Michigan, so it was a really big decision...

Humans of the Dub: Hurricane Florence Displacement / Friendship / Diversity and Inclusion

Humans of the Dub: Hurricane Florence Displacement / Friendship / Diversity and Inclusion

Jordan Bell, Humans of the Dub - Staff October 22, 2018

So we’re going to start it off kind of generic and kind of broad. So, how were you affected by Hurricane Florence? Well, one of the ways I was personally affected by Hurricane Florence was... in...

Humans of the Dub Staff Application

Humans of the Dub Staff Application

Helen Rogalski, Managing Editor August 24, 2018

The Seahawk is now accepting staff applications for the 2018-2019 Humans of the Dub team. All UNC Wilmington students are welcome to apply! We are looking for students who value communication and teamwork,...

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