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UNCW leans toward Clinton, College Republicans divided on Trump

Donald Trump and and Hillary Clinton on stage during the second debate between the Republican and Democratic presidential candidates on Sunday, Oct. 9, 2016 at Washington University in St. Louis, Mo. (Christian Gooden/St. Louis Post-Dispatch/TNS)

Casey McAnarney, Editor in Chief

October 13, 2016

UNC Wilmington students have spoken out in two recent polls on The Seahawk's Twitter account before and after the second presidential debate, and they voted for Hillary Clinton as their choice for the next president. This stance on the candidates is no different from a past poll The Seahawk conduct...

Recently invented Naloxone can reverse an opiate drug overdose

Barbara Haddock Taylor | The Tribune News

October 12, 2016

Dr. Bethany DiPaula, a pharmacist with the Howard County Health Department, demonstrates how to put together a syringe of Naloxone Aug. 11, 2014 at an opiate overdose response training session which is being held at the Howard County Health Department in Columbia, Md. Professionals and family members ...

One person shot in Charlotte protest, officer injured

Protestors confront bicycle officers along Trade Street in Charlotte, N.C., on Wednesday, Sept. 21, 2016. The protestors were rallying against the fatal shooting of Keith Lamont Scott by police on Tuesday evening in the University City area. (Jeff Siner/The Charlotte Observer/TNS)

Casey McAnarney | Editor in Chief

September 21, 2016

This story has been edited to clarify the attribution of sources.  A peaceful protest turned violent Sept. 21, 2016 when a civilian shot a fellow Charlottean during a Black Lives Matter protest.  The man, 26-year-old Justin Carr, died Thursday at Carolinas Medical Center in Charlotte, according to a CNN report. Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Chief...

Mike Pence expected to speak about the economy

Steven M. Falk | The Tribune News

August 23, 2016

Mike Pence comes to speak at the Wilmington area just two weeks after Donald Trump made his controversial visit to the Port City, illustrating the Republican Party's enthusiasm to win North Carolina in the upcoming presidential election. Both the Republican and the Democrat parties have identified North...

Would-be Reagan assassin to be released

California Gov. Ronald Reagan gives state of the State address to legislators in Sacramento, California.

Malia Benison | Assistant News Editor

July 28, 2016

On March 30, 1981, John Hinckley fired six shots at three men, one of whom was President Ronald Reagan. Successfully paralyzing and later killing a White House Press Secretary, James Brady, Hinckley also critically injured Reagan and a Secret Service agent, Timothy McCarthy.After being found not guilty ...

NC bill Opens door to discrimination

Members of the public go to vote for candidates at a Senate election in Pittsboro, NC. The new bill that the North Carolina Senate just passed allows possible discrimination when it comes to civil marriage based on religious beliefs.

Sarah Sharpe | Staff Writer

March 26, 2015

On Feb. 25, the North Carolina Senate passed a bill that allows magistrates and other government officials to opt out of civil marriage related duties based on sincerely held religious beliefs. The bill, SB 2, passed with a 32-16 vote and will now head to the House for debate.SB 2 is directed at LGBT...

The Ever-Growing Controversy: Pro-choice or Pro-life

Courtesy of MCT Campus

March 5, 2015

A pro-choice activist is arrested by U.S. Capitol Police after blocking the road against the March For Life's path in front of the U.S. Supreme Court in Washington, D.C., on Thursday, Jan. 22, 2015. Tens of thousands of Americans who oppose abortion are in Washington for the annual March for Life, marking...

Should we Charlie?

Courtesy of Tribune News

January 29, 2015

Flowers are left with notes written in French reading 'I am Charlie' and "rest in peace" near the fence at the French Embassy over a flower memorial January 8, 2015 in Washington, D.C., in response to the attack on satirical French magazine Charlie Hebdo by three gunmen that took the lives of 12 people. 

Banned Books Week

Bobby Karmi | Contributing Writer

September 24, 2014

Founder of the Third World Press, Haki R. Madhubuti, reads parts from Richard Wright's "Native Son" at the 26th annual celebration of Banned Books Week in Chicago, Illinois.

Sexual Misconduct Policy

MCT Campus

September 10, 2014

From left, University of California, Berkeley student Shannon Thomas, 21, former student Nicoletta Commins, 22, and student Aryle Butler, 20, prepare to speak during a press conference at the Graduate School of Journalism in Berkeley, Calif., on Wednesday, Feb. 26, 2014. Thirty-one female students h...

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