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A poster for the 2024 film Civil War. (Courtesy: A24)

REVIEW: Is “Civil War” the film we need right now?

Noah Phillips, Staff Writer April 19, 2024

It would be far from a reach to say that the United States has become a politically divisive country in the past couple decades. Frankly, to call it just “divisive” is a major understatement. The...

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Buzz in: Cicadas swarm N.C.

Skylar Schade, Staff Writer April 16, 2024

Thirteen years ago, N.C. locals experienced a significant swarm of cicadas. This spring, they are once again witnessing a similar phenomenon, and it appears that this year's emergence may be even more...

Image of emergency service vehicles outside of Morton. (Peyton James/The Seahawk)

​​COVID cluster or electrical fire?

Peyton James, Staff Writer April 16, 2024

At 7:36 p.m. on Wednesday, April 10, UNCW students and staff received an email regarding a main campus-wide power outage. The headline confused several students and staff members, as the subject line...

Biden-Harris administration hosts roundtable to discuss the experiences of two womens pregnancies post the overturn of Roe v. Wade in 2022 (Courtesy of the Biden Campaign).

Biden Campaign sits down with student journalists to discuss abortion rights

Jackson Davenport, Staff Writer April 13, 2024

In an online roundtable, two women shared their experiences with the restrictions on abortion and reproductive healthcare.  N.C. abortion law prohibits the procedure after 12 weeks —before the...

The After by Michael Ramos beneath a tree. (Anna Ford)

Holding the tension: A review of “The After” by Michael Ramos

Sara Byrnes, Staff Writer April 9, 2024

“The After” by Michael Ramos is a valiant portrayal of holding the tension between two extremes until a third way emerges. This book is a collection of personal essays on how to find your place...

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UNCW Recycling enters Campus Race to Zero Waste Competition

Grace Lanham, News Editor April 9, 2024

Throughout the month of March, UNCW’s Recycling Services participated in the Campus Race to Zero Waste Electronic Recycling Competition, a North American collaborative in partnership with the National...

Directors in Q&A session. (Samantha Hill/The Seahawk)

Eighteenth annual UNCW Reel Teal Film Festival

Samantha Hill, Marketing Manager April 7, 2024

Film enthusiasts, creators and students gathered in Lumina Theater on March 16 to view the final selected films for viewing and judging at UNCW’s annual Reel Teal Film Festival. Flicker Film Society...

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Fast fashion vs. thrifting: saving your money and the environment

Samantha Hill, Marketing Manager April 7, 2024

Fashion is a form of self expression and identity. Fashion is displayed everywhere and is worn in different settings, such as school, work, parties and casual wear. With all of these different settings,...

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UNCW Men’s Basketball offseason update and best potential transfers

Ryan Wiener, Sports Editor April 4, 2024

The UNCW Seahawks are embarking on their offseason with aspirations common to many collegiate programs: strengthening their foundation and culture while addressing gaps for the upcoming season. The team...

With the rise of BookTok and reading becoming a trend, character representation impacts young readers self-image (cottonbro studio/Pexels).

OPINION: There is a lack of female agency in contemporary romance literature

Kailie Peck, Staff Writer April 3, 2024

In contemporary romance literature, the prevailing narrative often revolves around a familiar trope: the portrayal of a dominant, powerful man coming to the rescue of a vulnerable, broken woman. This...

Randall Library is under construction as UNCW works to expand the building and resources it offers. (Peyton Lewis/The Seahawk)

UNCW invests in new expansion to Randall Library

Peyton Lewis, Assistant News Editor April 3, 2024

UNCW broke ground on a significant development back in 2022. The university commenced building for a three-story expansion at Randall Library with the hope of providing enhanced study spaces catering...

Kaylee Arrington, Tami Rice, Javier Morales, Shelby Kennedy and Diandre’ Richie on being nominated for the 2024 Homecoming Court

Kaylee Arrington, Tami Rice, Javier Morales, Shelby Kennedy and Diandre’ Richie on being nominated for the 2024 Homecoming Court

Anna Ford and Sarah Carter March 27, 2024

The Seahawk sat down with the 2024 Homecoming Court nominees to talk about their time at UNCW and their individual Seahawk journeys.     Kaylee Arrington  For Kaylee Arrington, being...

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