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Political Perspectives: Debate on DeVos

Political Perspectives: Debate on DeVos

As the Senate prepares for the vote over Secretary of Education nominee, Betsy DeVos, many education representatives are weary of her abilities to run and comprehend what her job will entail - yet Republicans...

Samantha Durham is a junior studying sociology. She began writing for a column, The Shehawk, to be the voice for those that feel they lack one and to help young women feel empowered and inspired. Contact Samantha with any comments, questions, concerns, or for advice at sld9240@uncw.edu.

The Shehawk: Top 10 inspiring women

One of the best ways to meet your goals and have dream-worthy success is by having good role models. Obviously, we all know people in our everyday life we admire and aspire to be like. But, challenging...

Political Perspectives: President Trump and the Medicare discussion

Political Perspectives: President Trump and the Medicare discussion

Americans are concerned about the future of their health insurance since President Trump’s recent executive order, which in part promises to “take all actions consistent with law to minimize the unwarranted...

Samantha Durham is a junior studying sociology. She began writing for a column, The Shehawk, to be the voice for those that feel they lack one and to help young women feel empowered and inspired. Contact Samantha with any comments, questions, concerns, or for advice at sld9240@uncw.edu.

The Shehawk: Why should you hate yourself?

Women tend to hate on themselves. It’s a terrible trait that probably comes from internal insecurities or someone else being cruel. The fact that women feel the need to look one way, say certain things...

World Outside of Wilmington: National Security vs. Human Security

Malia Benison | Staff Writer April 21, 2016

The clash between Republicans and Democrats is beginning to sound more like a fight between the ideas of national security and human security, as opposed to a search for an equal balance between the two.While...

World Outside of Wilmington: Imperialistic Democracies

Malia Benison | Staff Writer April 7, 2016

For many liberals and conservatives, the advantages of living in a democracy are so great that they feel the need to spread it across the globe. We are taught from day one about the importance of the American...

World Outside of Wilmington: The next ISIL

In a nation that is consistently reminded of why we should garner disdain for the Middle East, the terror present in Africa seems to be forgotten. The Paris attacks by ISIL (Islamic State of Iraq and the...

World outside of Wilmington: Global politics in Syrian conflict

As the rival opinions of accepting Syrian refugees reigns high within the states, the initial conflict is forgotten. Citizens of Syria are depicted as suspicious people, fleeing an area that is filled...

Are you winning, Mr. Sheen

When celebrities fall into drugs and alcohol, party with prostitutes and wind up in jail, we usually feel remorse for their wicked ways and hope for a triumphant, sober return. Their fall from grace is...

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