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The WatchHawk: Week six of Trump’s administration

Samantha Durham | Assistant Opinion Editor

March 3, 2017

Attorney General Jeff Sessions recuses himselfThe Trump Administration has yet to escape allegations in regards to contact with Russia. Attorney General Jeff Sessions has decided to recuse himself from any investigations rela...

The WatchHawk: Week four of Trump’s administration

Samantha Durham | Assistant Opinion Editor

February 20, 2017

Trump’s new conferenceIt is a fairly well known fact that President Donald J. Trump is not a huge fan of American journalism. This week Trump “lashed out” at the media during his news conference, bringing his administration...

College student suspended after filming teacher saying Trump’s election was ‘an act of terrorism’

Roxana Kopetman | MCT

February 16, 2017

COSTA MESA, Calif. - An Orange Coast College student who secretly videotaped his instructor making anti-Trump statements was suspended from school and told to write a letter of apology as well as a three-page essay about the inci...

UNCW environmental science professors discuss climate change under Trump

Megan Romanchok | Contributing Writer

February 9, 2017

President Donald J. Trump has caused concern for environmental advocates, scientists and citizens across the globe with his stance on climate change and the environment.Approximately 61 percent of United States citizens were either...

The WatchHawk: Week two of Trump’s administration

Samantha Durham, Assistant Opinion Editor

February 6, 2017

U.S. Attorney Sally Yates talks during a panel discussion between top Atlanta women executives at the Atlanta Journal-Constitution in Atlanta, Georgia, on Tuesday March 26, 2013. The debate over how women can advance in the workplace and what challenges and opportunities they face has risen to a crescendo since the debut of Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg's book, "Lean In." (Phil Skinner/Atlanta Journal-Constitution/MCT)

Washington Post creates software to fact check Trump’s tweets

Kristen Burgess | Contributing Writer

January 31, 2017

The Washington Post has devised a tool that will allow users to receive fact-checking information on President Trump’s tweets from Dec. 16 onward. The tool is an extension built for Google Chrome or Firefox and can be downloade...

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