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Art therapy comes to UNCW

Art therapy comes to UNCW

After a traumatic incident, survivors find themselves in a world full of judgment and questions when what they need to begin healing is support and hope. The way to change this discrepancy in communication,...

Banned Books Week comes to UNCW

Darker themes in literature allow teenagers to be introduced to difficult topics such as rape, murder, and racism, but these books are often involved in controversial battles of censorship. The ultimate...

UNCW’s Clyde Edgerton to be inducted into the North Carolina Literary Hall of Fame

He can write and live in the unpredictable, UNC Wilmington's creative writing professor and fiction author Clyde Edgerton said of himself.“I have a sense of inhabiting an alternative universe where I’m...

Exhibit: ‘Within the Viewing Area’

Becka Jackson | Contributing Writer September 26, 2016

Hurricanes are the focus of the newest exhibition in the Boseman Gallery. Located here at UNC Wilmington, this is a fitting theme for this time of year. Julie Greenberg, the exhibit's artist, was excited...

REVIEW: “Captain Fantastic” at Thalian Hall

Matt Whalen | Contributing Writer August 29, 2016

The experience of watching an independent movie in Wilmington’s grand Thalian Hall will make any movie fan pleased. The hall itself comes with a history dating all the way back to 1858, with a design...

Exhibit: “She Tells A Story”

This summer, the Cameron Art Museum brought art from all over the country together with Wilmington writers to create a groundbreaking new exhibit, “She Tells a Story.” It is the museum’s first all-female...

Atlantis hosts first annual Dreamweave festival

Many things have come to UNC Wilmington’s campus this spring. Our student-run literary magazine, Atlantis, put on events throughout the semester such as the poetry slam held earlier this month. Last...

A forgotten revolution hits mainstage theatre

Ava Hicks | Contributing Writer April 21, 2016

The theatre department at UNC Wilmington launched their final production of the year this past weekend, revealing a rendition of Mad Forest by famed playwright Caryl Churchill. The play is directed...

Atlantis hosted their biannual poetry slam Friday night on campus. 

Atlantis hosts biannual Poetry Slam

Most students who have been at UNC Wilmington for more than a semester have heard of our student run literary magazine, Atlantis. Their 73rd issue of the magazine will be out in just 11 days, which made...

Upright Citizen’s Brigade brings some lighthearted fun to UNCW

Helen Rogalski, Managing Editor March 31, 2016

The Upright Citizens Brigade touring company came to UNC Wilmington on Wednesday, March 23. Commonly referred to as UCB, the Upright Citizens Brigade is an improvisational comedy group that was created...

Neil Hilborn performs at UNCW

A slam poet with almost 10 million hits on YouTube performed at UNC Wilmington’s Burney Center on Feb. 25 to a packed auditorium of students. Most knew him by his breakout slam poem "OCD",...

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REVIEW: “The Burial at Thebes”

George Ross | Contributing Writer February 25, 2016

Something spectacular happened in the Proscenium Theatre on Feb 18. UNC Wilmington’s theatre majors unveiled their latest production of "The Burial at Thebes" and did it justice.The stage was...

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