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The SheHawk: Why Campus Involvement Really Matters

The SheHawk: Why Campus Involvement Really Matters

Cierra Noffke, Contributing Writer

April 8, 2019

We humans tend to wear words down, use them too much, fall into periodic routines. It is imperative we return to words that have lost their meaning in the chaos of our fast-paced lives and learn them all over again. "Campus involvement," for example, are two words we know and understand because of...

Views from abroad: A call for more diverse TV

Views from abroad: A call for more diverse TV

Veronica Wernicke, Assistant Opinion Editor

April 4, 2019

‘Ello lads and lassies and welcome to another edition of “Views from abroad.” This week I am spilling the tea – hopefully not the actual hot tea I am drinking right now – on the issue of diversification of popular TV and Netflix series. More often than not, when I flip on the TV or Netflix, the shows...

UNCW’s diversity over the years

UNCW’s diversity over the years

Fairley Lloyd, Assistant News Editor

November 28, 2018

Diversity has become a hot topic of recent years. Demands for multiculturalism have been brought up in everyday situations, such as work and school. Many colleges, in particular, have pushed to have a more diverse student body.  How does UNCW measure?  The university’s Institutional Research ...

Chancellor, faculty address students feeling ‘uncomfortable’ at UNCW

Casey McAnarney, Editor in Chief

September 21, 2017

Issues revolving race, racial identity and equality are not new discussions for many Americans. However, many college campuses, especially in the UNC system, are now confronting these issues in response to student unrest and dissatisfaction. As UNC Wilmington students prepared to return to campus for the ...

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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