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UNCW parking goes virtual this year, but students say there are still problems to fix

Aleks Jones, Contributing Writer September 28, 2021
This semester parking services’ enforcement and technology use evolved to meet the demands of the university’s growing pains, but student and staff opinions on the shift oscillate between criticism and acceptance. With this year’s expansion of the university and a record-breaking enrollment, parking services reinvented how parking operates on campus.
Students head to class.

BOG discusses COVID-19 and budget effects on UNC students

Chamiya Campbell, News Editor September 23, 2021
On Sept. 15 and 16, the Board of Governors for the University of North Carolina school systems met to discuss COVID-19 protocols and their effects on budgets. Key points of focus from the meeting were the continuation of lessening COVID-19 restrictions, as well as a potential budget increase that will be discussed and voted on Nov. 17 and 18. Both topics will have immense effects on students of UNC institutions.
Students sit inside the Fisher Student Center to do work.

UNCW student organizations can again reserve campus spaces

Brenna Flanagan, Editor-in-Chief September 17, 2021

Student organizations can reserve spaces in campus buildings once again, per an activities email sent at 5 p.m. on Thursday. The email, sent to student organization leaders, stated that the student affairs...

Fisher Student Center.

On-campus screening of Wilmington-filmed series to be among the first events after restriction lift

Brenna Flanagan, Editor-in-Chief September 16, 2021

Update: This event was canceled by the production company on Sept. 18.  Correction: This article was updated on Sept. 17 to reflect updated information on reservation restrictions and event details.  UNCW...

A sign on UNCWs campus detailing when masks should be worn.

UNCW extends current COVID-19 restrictions another month

Chamiya Campbell, News Editor September 14, 2021
On Monday afternoon, UNCW announced they would extend the current guidelines related to COVID-19 until Oct. 15. Chancellor Jose Sartarelli made this decision ahead of a Sept. 17 deadline to decide on the continuance or change to current guidelines.
A closeup of a gavel in court.

Criminal Justice Reform Bill looks to hold those in law enforcement accountable

Grace Hall, Contributing Writer September 12, 2021
For those victims of police violence, Senate Bill 300 seems to be the light at the end of a tunnel. Finally, action is backing words, and seems to herald a new age in which law enforcement officers will be held to a higher standard, and more importantly, will be held accountable for their actions. While many in the police force aim to protect the American people at any cost, for those that go overboard and begin resorting to violence, it could be their new reckoning.
Students head to class on Chancellors Walk.

How UNCW’s new COVID guidelines are affecting the campus experience

Abigail Celoria, Contributing Writer September 11, 2021
There is a struggle with the new guidelines across the campus community. While many recognize their importance, it is still discouraging that online events are continuing to be the reality. Still, UNCW’s students have remained resilient throughout the pandemic.
UNCWs new University Film Center is open.

Filmmakers, welcome to the new University Film Center

Boyce Rucker, Culture Intern September 1, 2021

The film studies department at UNCW is defined by its sense of community and the deeply shared passion for the cinematic arts, whether it be the scholarly study of the medium or filmmaking itself. As the...

Administering the COVID-19 vaccine.

UNCW announces all unvaccinated in-person students must participate in surveillance testing, change from previous guidance

Brenna Flanagan, Editor-in-Chief August 11, 2021

UNCW announced on Tuesday that all unvaccinated students who live on campus or attend face-to-face classes, along with unvaccinated faculty and staff members, must complete weekly surveillance testing...

North Carolina Rep. Madison Cawthorn and Indiana Rep. Jim Banks chat before former U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo introduces the Maximum Pressure Act against Iran on Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C. on Wednesday, April 21, 2021.

OPINION: Madison Cawthorn should be doing more to help the disabled community

Michael Friant, Contributing Writer August 5, 2021
Cawthorn should be using his platform to amplify that people with disabilities are in fact normal. He could do this in a variety of ways. First, he could talk about his own experiences as a person with a wheelchair. Undoubtedly, he has had these experiences and they have played a huge role in his life. Second, he could start weekly conversations with other people with disabilities in North Carolina which would not only amplify the disability community but also enlighten him as a representative of the people.
A face mask mandate sign on campus.

UNCW will temporarily return to mask wearing and surveillance testing

Brenna Flanagan, Editor-in-Chief July 31, 2021

Editor's Note: The Seahawk has updated its coverage on this topic. To view the update on surveillance testing from Aug.11, please click here.  A Friday email from Chancellor Jose Sartarelli announced...

The amphitheater.

UNCW adds two new STEM programs in the computer science department

Brenna Flanagan, Editor-in-Chief July 22, 2021

The UNC board of governors approved the addition of two new Bachelor of Science programs at UNCW in cybersecurity and intelligent systems engineering. The undergraduate degrees will be the first of their...

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