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Scholarship winner prepares for solo show

Kathrin Bittner | Interning Writer

October 22, 2014

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Beside tables covered in comic newspapers, UNC Wilmington senior Kara Garrett sits down on a stool inside the print studio in the Cultural Arts Building. Hair pulled back out of her face, she sets a timer as she waits for a scre...

CRW department chair releases new poetry

Corin Sponsler | Contributing Writer

October 20, 2014

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Michael White, a professor and the chair of the UNC Wilmington creative writing department, has recently released his latest book of poetry, “Vermeer in Hell.”“Vermeer in Hell” contains poetry that focuses on the political...

Sculpture by UNCW alumna added to library

Kathrin Bittner | Interning Writer

September 29, 2014

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This semester, Randall Library installed a new sculpture in Port City Java titled "Yesterday" by Alexandra Favory.In 2013, Favory graduated from UNC Wilmington with an honors college major in studio art and minor in anthropolo...

Molly Ringwald visited UNCW

Corin Sponsler | Contributing Writer

September 29, 2014

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After performing her first song of the night, “Sooner or Later,”  famous singer and actress Molly Ringwald greeted the audience in Kenan Auditorium. In response, they applauded and shouted eagerly.“I have to tell you, th...

Student and artist connects with film community

Lori Wilson | Lifestyles Editor

September 17, 2014

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UNC Wilmington graduate student Melina Reed responded to the scheduled lapse of the N.C. film incentive package by designing a tangible reminder of the local creative community. Her “Filmington” jewelry pieces feature a s...

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