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Conference plans in motion with St. Joseph’s University from India

Hannah Williams, Assistant News Editor

February 25, 2016

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Cross-cultural bonds were forged last December when 26 graduate students and faculty members from the College of Health and Human Services journeyed to Bangalore, India to present research on mental health. “[UNC Wilming...

UNCW attack may have happened, just not on campus

Casey McAnarney | News Editor

February 25, 2016

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Contrary to an original email sent out by UNC Wilmington University Police two weeks ago, the assault of a female student by two men in ski masks did not actually occur on campus.The original email said that “at approximate...

ECO club on campus plans to fight environmental problems one volunteer outing at a time

Casey McAnarney | News Editor

February 25, 2016

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With many issues connected to the environment being talked about in the media and in the government, UNC Wilmington’s Environmental Concerns Organization - a group of students concerned with the current state of the environment - ...

An African-American professor’s thoughts on black history during Black History Month

Malia Benison | Contributing Writer

February 18, 2016

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As campus settles into the second week of Black History Month, The Seahawk spoke with Dr. Donyell Roseboro, UNC Wilmington professor and chair of the Department of Instructional Technology, Foundations and Secondary Education ...

Two Pender County students enter robotics competition with help of UNCW program

Gladys Padilla | Contributing Writer

February 11, 2016

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Two Pender High School students from UNC Wilmington’s Mentors Initiating Community Action, Support, and Advocacy program, or MI CASA, are eligible to attend a robotics competition, 1st Inspire Robotics. Both mentees, Leonel...

The pioneer woman of the bus boycotts

Malia Benson | Contributing Writer

February 11, 2016

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As UNC Wilmington welcomes Black History Month, students are given the opportunity to reflect on the work of the black men and women who progressed the civil rights movement, and this week The Seahawk looks at the woman who pi...

The validity of celebrity endorsements in presidential campaigns

Sophie Misshula | Contributing Writer

February 11, 2016

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Hillary Clinton, who recently received substantial support from famous director of Star Wars: The Force Awakens J.J Abrams and his wife Kathleen McGrath, has been promoted and financed heavily throughout her campaign by celeb...

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