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Ryan Lochte surrounded with criticism following his lie about being robbed in Rio

Henri Szwarc | The Tribune News

August 30, 2016

USA's Ryan Lochte during the qualification round of the 200m medley men in the swimming event in Olympic Swimming Pool on Aug. 10, 2016 in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Ryan Lochte posted a statement on his Instagram account on Fri...

Chemical warfare plays a role in Syrian conflict

Hector Casanova | The Tribune News

August 28, 2016

Chemical warfare has been largely abandoned since World War I, but in various instances throughout history, it has cropped up again. The UN is now accusing the Syrian government and ISIL of using chemical warfare in the Syrian...

UN accuses Syrian government and ISIL of chemical warfare

Malia Benison | Assistant News Editor

August 28, 2016

This past Wednesday, the United Nations concluded an investigative report that found the Syrian government, as well as the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant, guilty of using chemical weapons against civilians in Aleppo, Syr...

Ryan Lochte’s story about being robbed at gunpoint was later proved false

Michael Kappeler | The Tribune News

August 24, 2016

Ryan Lochte is shown speaking at the Swimming Press Conference of team USA at Olympic Park Barra prior to the Rio 2016 Olympic Games in Rio. After Lochte recently lied about being robbed at gunpoint when he actually drunkenly...

Drunken vandalism scandal costs Olympian Ryan Lochte several endorsements

Paige Myers | Contributing Writer

August 24, 2016

After a scandal involving his lie about being robbed at gunpoint, Ryan Lochte, a 12-time Olympic gold medalist, lost 4 substantial endorsements from Speedo, Ralph Lauren, Airweave and Gentle Hair Removal as of Monday. This loss repre...

World Outside of Wilmington: Unseen Terrorism

Malia Benison | Assistant News Editor |Editorial Column

August 21, 2016

When Paris was attacked, nations stopped what they were doing, plastered themselves to their television screens and came together as one. When Germany witnessed a multitude of gruesome attacks, Americans were outraged and devas...

World Outside Wilmington: Germany’s mass intake of refugees and sudden influx of terror

Malia Benison | Assistant News Editor Opinion

August 18, 2016

Amongst the West, Germany has accepted virtually the most refugees and has also seen its citizenship terrorized by the same asylum seekers who gained permitted entrance. Within a mere week, Germany witnessed several terrorist ou...

UNCW students abroad mourn killings in France

Casey McAnarney, Editor in Chief

July 17, 2016

NICE, France- French officials identified a 31-year-old Tunisian man as the culprit of a 19-ton truck driven massacre on the French Riviera this past Friday. The truck drove straight through a crowd of civilians celebrating...

Bidders go yahoo for Yahoo

Savanna Shackleford | Contributing Writer

April 21, 2016

Yahoo Inc., a formerly massive technological company, has lost its popularity through the years. Once a money making giant, the company never recovered from the dot-com bust of the early 2000s, and now after a long financial ...

Three year extended stay for foreign graduates could mean more opportunities for foreign graduates

Savanna Shackleford | Contributing Writer

April 7, 2016

It is not without hard work and determination that students get through college and go on to find a job. For most students, the deadline to find that job is infinite, however foreign graduates are given a much more limited deadline....

Castro’s comments on the American Empire

Malia Benison | Contributing Writer

April 7, 2016

The Obama Administration’s efforts towards normalizing the tense relations between America and Cuba have been rejected by many, including past Cuban president Fidel Castro.Being the first United States president to visit Cuba i...

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