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UNCW professor reunited with acclaimed punk band

Juliane Bullard January 20, 2011

When former UNCW Journalism Professor, Janis Chakars, leaves the relaxed beach town of Wilmington for the urban metropolis of Philadelphia, what does he get? A three show reunion tour with indie rock mogul...

UNCW lecturer lands role in Sundance film

Gillian Perry January 20, 2011

Imagine if five teenage girls stole UNCW lecturer Ed Wagenseller's credit card for a night of carefree fun without consequences. Sounds a little bit crazy, but that's the basic plotline of "to.get.her,"...

Auditions for 11th Annual production of The Vagina Monologues begin

Gillian Perry | Staff Writer November 10, 2010

The UNCW Women's Studies Student Association will be hosting auditions for the 11th annual production of Eve Ensler's "The Vagina Monologues" on Nov. 15 and 16. The show will be performed on Feb. 3 and...

‘Pippin’ Combines Endearing Characters with Delightful Spectacle

Trey Morehouse | Staff Writer November 10, 2010

One wouldn't think that a play loosely based on the life of the son of Charlemagne would be fodder for a successful musical comedy, but the UNCW production of "Pippin" proves otherwise. A fun, whimsical,...

Cape Fear Museum exhibit wins top prize

Liz Wood | Staff Writer November 7, 2010

The Cape Fear Museum was recently presented with the Southeastern Museums Conference Award of Excellence for an exhibit that took over five years to complete and had a budget of over $100,000.The Land...

UNCW presents the cross departmental collaboration of ‘Pippin’

Trey K. Morehouse | Staff Writer November 4, 2010

The UNCW Department of Theatre and the Department of Music have set their sights high in producing the musical "Pippin." The first musical produced at UNCW in four years (the last being "A Year with Frog...

Renowned author visits UNCW

Megan Burris | Staff Writer November 4, 2010

Students, faculty and community members listened to renowned author Joyce Carol Oates during a question and answer session and reading at UNCW Friday, Oct. 30.Oates began writing when she was 14 and started...

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