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    Chief Frank Brinkley begins tenure at UNCW

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    UNCW creates overflow on-campus housing due to high admittance

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    A letter from the Editor

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    Van Dempsey speaks out about being removed as Dean of Watson: ‘I did not choose to leave’

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    Salette Andrews enters race for Wilmington Council

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    Marlowe Foster announces campaign for Wilmington City Council

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    OP-ED: One day at a time—my battle with addiction

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    Sen. Michael Lee receives Razor Walker Award for Public Policy despite protests

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    An interview with the new 2023-2024 SGA Presidents

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    Dr. Aswani K. Volety installed as Chancellor of UNCW

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‘Serenade for Haiti’ screening and panel discussion highlights importance of education programs in the face of tragedy

Helen Rogalski, Managing Editor February 22, 2019

On Tuesday, Feb. 19, students, faculty and community members gathered for a screening of the 2016 documentary film “Serenade for Haiti” with a Q&A panel discussion. The event was held on campus...

Nicky Taylor as Tommy of No Consequence, Katherine Carr as Robin Hood, Elisha McNeil as Little John.
Photographer - Rebecca Edmonds

‘Marian, or the True Tale of Robin Hood’ comes to UNC Wilmington

Caitlyn Dark , Staff Writer February 8, 2019
The University of North Carolina Wilmington's Department of Theatre will soon be putting on a performance that puts a new spin on the classic tale for their 2019 production season. Premiering Feb. 21, at the Mainstage Theatre in the Cultural Arts Building, is "Marian, or The True Tale of Robin Hood."
Participants in the Welcome to Wakanda Upperman African-American Culture Center fashion show pose on Thursday, Jan. 31.

Upperman hosts ‘Welcome to Wakanda’ fashion show

Fairley Lloyd, Assistant News Editor February 1, 2019

Students, faculty, and staff walked the runway at "Welcome to Wakanda," the multimedia-influenced fashion show hosted by the Upperman African-American Cultural Center on Thursday. The show was co-sponsored...

Photo credit: Brenna Flanagan

Coping Ugly: The newest Boseman Gallery exhibit that opens up a conversation on grief

Brenna Flanagan , Lifestyles Assistant Editor January 28, 2019
Artist Heather Lewis presents her collection "Coping Ugly" to help others cope with grief and to confront the stigmas around grieving.
Still from This Changes Everything.

Cucalorus 24 Review: “This Changes Everything”

Veronica Wernicke, Opinion Editor November 14, 2018

50 percent of films shown at Cucalorus are made by women. Sadly, that isn’t the case everywhere else.    I was brought to tears by "This Changes Everything," Tom Donahue's documentary about the...

Still from This Taco Truck Kills Fascists

Cucalorus 24 Review: “This Taco Truck Kills Fascists”

Veronica Wernicke, Opinion Editor November 12, 2018

Cucalorus 24 was full of shorts, films, stage and connect events that gave artists a chance to speak their minds and let their art be seen and heard by the community. The film "This Taco Truck Kills...

Blueprint to Oust Duterte by Rina Espiritu and Natalie Cook.

Cucalorus 24 kicks off with Dance-a-lorus

Veronica Wernicke, Opinion Editor November 10, 2018

Cucalorus 24 kicked off Thursday night with Dance-a-lorus -- a dance event that explores the pairing of filmmakers and choreographers. This stage event featured nine different pieces that ranged in subject...

“Blind Greed” is the main centerpiece of artist Nathan Ryan Verwey’s collection in the Boseman Gallery lasting until Nov. 9. This piece is sculpted of ceramic and is on sale for $1000. - Photo by Brenna Flanagan

New Boseman Gallery exhibit features art from UNCW alum

Brenna Flanagan, Staff Writer November 6, 2018

A local Wilmington artist and UNCW alum is the new feature in the Boseman Gallery, which will show his street-art inspired collection until Nov. 9. Nathan Ryan Verwey received his Bachelor of Arts from...

Cucalorus 24 preview: Highlighting UNCW students and staff talents

Cucalorus 24 preview: Highlighting UNCW students and staff talents

Veronica Wernicke, Opinion Editor November 5, 2018

Since 1994, filmmakers, movie buffs and artists alike have gathered each November in Downtown Wilmington to celebrate art and screen films from all over the world. Cucalorus is a non-competitive film festival...

Photo Credit: National Novel Writing Month website

National Novel Writing Month kicks off at UNCW

Darius Melton, Contributing Writer October 31, 2018

Since 1999, November has been celebrated as National Novel Writing Month, or NaNoWriMo, by writers around the world. The goal of this event is for each participant to write a 50,000-word novel throughout...

UNCW student Jonny Harris created his two sculptures, Pick Me Up JINX and Please Touch F@, out of steel, cardboard and spray paint.

Seeing Triple: Visions in Three Dimensions exhibit opens in UNCW’s Boseman Gallery

Brenna Flanagan, Contributing Writer September 6, 2018

As UNCW welcomed the start of a new school year, the Boseman Art Gallery opened its doors to another dimension. Sculpture students ranging from beginner to advanced featured their work in the new gallery...

World Outside of Wilmington: Syrian Poetry

World Outside of Wilmington: Syrian Poetry

Amanda Milana, Contributing Writer August 18, 2018

Editor’s Note: Amanda Milana is a student at UNCW majoring in International Studies and is a Contributing Writer for The Seahawk. The opinions expressed in this article are solely those of the author....

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