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Google employees stage walkout over sexual harassment

Employees at Google's Chicago office in the Fulton Market district walked out of their workplace on Thursday, Nov.1, 2018 in protest of the company's reported handing of sexual misconduct allegations.

Tyler Newman, News Editor

November 1, 2018

On Nov. 1, thousands of employees at Google offices around the world staged a walkout in response to the cover-up of an executive’s misconduct claims. Offices in Chicago, Singapore, Berlin, London, New York and other cities had many employees walk away from their work to protest in the streets. The...

OPINION: Celebrities vs. the NFL

From left, The San Francisco 49ers' Eli Harold (58), Colin Kaepernick (7) and Eric Reid (35) kneel during the national anthem before their a game against the Dallas Cowboys on October 2, 2016, at Levi's Stadium in Santa Clara, Calif. (Nhat V. Meyer/Bay Area News Group/TNS)

Fairley Lloyd, Contributing Writer

October 29, 2018

On October 18, Us Weekly reported that Rihanna turned down a performance at the Super Bowl LII Halftime Show in support of Colin Kaepernick. Later, Amy Schumer supported Rihanna’s decision via Instagram: “Posted by my friend @yamaneika wouldn’t it be so cool if @adamlevine and @maroo...

GALLERY: The March for Our Lives, Downtown Wilmington

Major areas of the March for our Lives protest in Downtown Wilmington saw protestors gather in front of the Alton Lennon Federal Building on North Water Street.

Travis Stoker and River Bondurant

March 24, 2018

Nearly 2,000 Wilmington residents and UNC Wilmington students took part in the international March for Our Lives protests on Saturday. Armed with signs and their own voices, protestors advocated for gun control in the wake of recent mass shootings which, in the past six months, left 58 dead at a Las...

Trump and the NFL

Sean W. Cooper, Staff Writer

October 2, 2017

Sean W. Cooper is a sophomore at UNCW majoring in Communication Studies. He is a staff writer for The Seahawk. The opinions expressed in the article are solely those of the author. Sean W. Cooper may be found on Twitter @SWWCoop. All suggestions and inquires may be sent via email to [email protected]  Starting last Aug...

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