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Early stages of student rec center construction to begin

Sasha Johnson | Assistant News Editor January 26, 2011

Towers of dirt and puddles of muddy water surround the Student Recreation Center these days, but the actual construction of the new and improved Rec Center has yet to begin. The construction seen now can...

Eco Club campaigns against coal and Titan America

Juliane Bullard | Staff Reporter January 26, 2011

This past weekend, UNCW Eco teamed up with Greenpeace and Stop Titan to protest Titan America, a leading cement factory on the east coast, from building the nation's fourth largest cement plant in the...

New UNCW homepage features a cleaner design

Amber Hughes | News Editor January 20, 2011

UNCW's homepage recently underwent a redesign. The new homepage launched in early January. UNCW's Web site, which contains more than 50,000 pages, is one of the most effective tools that the university...

MARBIONC submits idea to Pepsi Refresh Project

Sasha Johnson | Contributing Writer January 20, 2011

The Pepsi Refresh Project, coining the slogan "refresh everything," has funded projects across the country with the goal of helping people create a positive impact in their communities and in the world....

Rank UNCW: Provost Salaries

January 20, 2011

UNC-System Provost Salaries 2009-10 FSU Carol Blackshire-Belay $304,500 N.C. State Warwick A. Arden $282,000 ECU Marilyn Sheerer $276,000 UNC Bruce Carney $267,000 UNCG David H. Perrim $264,576...

News Briefs: What you missed over the break

Amber Hughes | News Editor January 13, 2011

Death of history professor Andrew F. ClarkAndrew F. Clark, a UNCW history professor, recently died. He was found in his home Jan. 2. Clark taught at the university for more than 20 years. He earned his...

Dead pelicans washing ashore were killed by humans

Sasha Johnson | Asst. News Editor January 13, 2011

An unprecedented number of pelicans have washed up on the shores of North Carolina in the past two months, dead from injuries that appear to have been caused by humans. Some were beaten to death with a...

Board of Trustees approves 6.5 percent tuition increase for 2011-12

Jim Dalke | Editor-in-Chief January 13, 2011

In December, the North Carolina Board of Trustees approved a 6.5 percent tuition increase for all UNC-Wilmington students for the 2011-12 school year. The tuition increase results in a $196.85 increase...

The current status of the new chancellor search

Amber Hughes | News Editor January 13, 2011

The chancellor search committee began the new year with a conference call meeting last Thursday. The meeting was meant to update the committee on the current status of the chancellor search.Parker Executive...

Students pitch business ideas, gain real-world experience

Lizz Wood | Staff Writer November 17, 2010

As part of Global Entrepreneurship Week, eight UNCW students will be pitching new business ideas at a Rocket Pitch event this Thursday in Cameron Hall Auditorium 105 from 6 to 8 p.m. In addition to gaining...

Chancellor search committee announces search firm candidates

Amber Hughes | News Editor November 17, 2010

The search committee for the new UNCW chancellor announced the search firm candidates after a conference call meeting Monday, Nov. 15.The four search firms that are being considered are Parker Executive...

UNCW chancellor search committee announced

Amber Hughes | News Editor November 12, 2010

UNCW announced the search committee for the new chancellor Friday. The committee consists of members of the Board of Trustees (BOT), faculty and staff, students, alumni and community members.The representatives...

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