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Chancellor Sartarelli told Black UNCW students the one thing he shouldn’t have

Chancellor Sartarelli told Black UNCW students the one thing he shouldn't have

Veronica Wernicke, Opinion Editor

June 12, 2020

Will all the drama currently surrounding UNC Wilmington (UNCW) who would have guessed that things would only get worse? Well, they did when Chancellor Jose V. Sartarelli decided it was appropriate to tell the Black Student Union (BSU) and others that “All Lives Matter” according to a report from the P...

Alcohol sales introduced to Trask Coliseum for basketball season

Trask Coliseum

Samantha Dickerson, Editor in Chief

October 25, 2019

During the Board of Trustees meeting held Oct. 22, 2019, the board voted to allow the sale of alcohol during basketball games, specifically in Trask Coliseum.  The Vice Chancellor for Business Affairs, Miles Lackey, presented the proposed updates of the Alcohol Policy to the board, which notably includ...

70 years of student opinions

The Seahawk's first issue and editorial

Veronica Wernicke, Opinion Editor

November 24, 2018

For the past 70 years -- woohoo -- writers for The Seahawk have been taking a stance and voicing their opinions about not only worldly views but most importantly the issues on UNC Wilmington's campus. Over these 70 years, students at UNCW have faced many issues -- whether it be with Wave transportation, ...

Chancellor Sartarelli celebrates 70 years of UNCW’s excellence and growth

Chancellor Sartarelli celebrates 70 years of UNCW's excellence and growth

Helen Rogalski, Managing Editor

November 16, 2017

Throughout the course of this semester, UNC Wilmington’s campus has been especially busy celebrating the 70th anniversary of the university. As the celebration winds down, Chancellor Jose V. Sartarelli sat down with The Seahawk to discuss crucial points in UNCW’s history and what comes next for the fas...

Diversity in UNCW’s staff

Sean W. Cooper, Assistant Opinion Editor

August 29, 2017

Walking back to my dorm from convocation freshman year, I gazed in awe at the sea of teal in front of me.  Everybody was dressed in teal so much that it almost hurt my eyes. Then I looked behind me and looked at the faces trailing me and I realized that I was also caught in a sea of white. What I’m...

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