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Events Calendar: September 6-12

Events Calendar: September 6-12

Kiley Woods, Contributing Writer September 6, 2021

Looking for something to do this week? The Seahawk has rounded up events at UNCW and in the Wilmington community so you can start making plans. Monday, Sept. 6  Wrightsville Beach Farmers Market   Come...

Events Calendar: August 31 - September 5

Events Calendar: August 31 – September 5

Kiley Woods, Contributing Writer August 30, 2021
Looking for something to do this week? The Seahawk has rounded up events at UNCW and in the Wilmington community so you can start making plans.
The artist Dare Coulter shakes hands with Chancellor Sartarelli in front of her piece, Because Its Time.

Dare Coulter discusses the significance of UNCW’s new sculpture

Kiley Woods, Contributing Writer July 7, 2021

On Friday, June 18, UNCW celebrated the unveiling of a new sculpture which will greet students who return for the coming fall semester.     This sculpture represents the university’s continuous...

Movers load a truck.

A guide to on-campus and off-campus housing for UNCW students

Emma Smith, Contributing Writer May 17, 2021

Living on your own or with a couple of roommates for the first time can be an exciting stage for some students. Having the ability to self-sustain can be both exciting and terrifying. Cooking a meal on...

The Gardening club and the 350 club want UNCW to divest from fossil fuels

The Gardening club and the 350 club want UNCW to divest from fossil fuels

Layla Culler, Contributing Writer April 22, 2021
These two clubs have collaborated a few times and hope to do more together in the coming semesters. The 350 Club has helped the Gardening Club build and paint some of the raised beds and they both hope to host an event together this fall.  
Growing a green thumb: Get started on spring gardening with Wilmingtons best garden centers and nurseries

Growing a green thumb: Get started on spring gardening with Wilmington’s best garden centers and nurseries

Hannah McDonnell, Staff Writer April 6, 2021

Springtime is officially here and for some that means that it is time to gardening again. For those of us that love plants but have limited gardening skills, now is the perfect time to try your hand at...

The reality for North Carolina migrant farmworkers

The reality for North Carolina migrant farmworkers

Shelby Diehl, Contributing Writer April 1, 2021

For the past week, UNCW’s College of Health & Human Services has been hosting “Food for Thought: Farmworkers & the Intersection of Equity, Health & Food.” This series of presentations,...

The Office of the Arts takes on social activism with new project ‘Artivism’

The Office of the Arts takes on social activism with new project ‘Artivism’

Hannah McDonnell, Staff Writer March 30, 2021

The Office of the Arts is creating opportunities for social justice through creativity, engagement and empowerment in a new series called “Artivism Through Social Change.” Typically, the Office...

Self Love Speaker series highlights issue of period poverty and menstrual health

Self Love Speaker series highlights issue of period poverty and menstrual health

Amanda Leahey, Contributing Writer March 28, 2021

This article was edited on March 29, to correct information about the "Periods Don't Stop for Pandemics" drive. Did you know that menstrual products are taxed as a non-essential, or luxury good in North...

Lookout Labs event.

Celebrating the 10-year anniversary of Lookout Books, UNCW’s publishing house

Layla Culler, Contributing Writer March 25, 2021

On Thursday, March 18, Lookout Books co-founder and publisher Emily Smith, and editor KaToya Ellis Fleming, hosted a special 10-year anniversary event with Clare Beams and Cameron Dezen Hammon,...

Sidney Wollmuth.

Meet the new editor-in-chief of Atlantis Magazine: Sidney Wollmuth on her hopes and goals for the publication

Abigail Celoria, Contributing Writer March 24, 2021
Wollmuth is currently a junior majoring in creative writing and English literature. As an honors student and head of the Creative Arts Club on campus, she stays engaged academically and artistically. She is also a published writer—her prose and poetry have been featured in a number of literary magazines outside of UNCW.  
Selfie time for two girlfriends sitting on a marble bench, wearing face masks against Covid-19.

How to maintain connections during the COVID-19 pandemic

Hannah McDonnell, Staff Writer March 14, 2021

As the one year anniversary of the COVID-19 virus hits the United States, we are still trying to navigate the struggle of staying connected with people and starting new connections. Making friends and...

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