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SGA 10/20 meeting recap: SGA discusses parking, POD gouging and DACA

The Student Government Association (SGA) meets every Tuesday from 6:30 pm to 8 pm.

Veronica Wernicke, News Editor

October 23, 2020

At their weekly meeting, the Student Government Association (SGA) discussed various updates across UNC Wilmington’s (UNCW) campus.

Randall Library celebrates women’s right to vote and seeks to amplify minority voices

Randall Library celebrates women's right to vote and seeks to amplify minority voices

Cierra Noffke, Culture Editor

September 25, 2020

The Library has worked to present itself as a resource for minorities and students looking to gain a richer understanding of the society they live in. This includes expanding the Library’s collection to include more works by authors of color and hosting a myriad of programs, exhibits, and displays aimed at breaking prejudices through education.

Campus Police host ‘Coffee with a Cop’ event

(Left to Right) Officer Scott Kurtyka, Major Christian Christian Bertram lll, Sergeant Jeremy Gootee, and Support Services Division Commander, Cynthia Deacon sipped their coffee while talking to students at UNCW about the work that they do as a police officer, Feb. 12 in Randell Library at Coffee with a Cop

Emily Andsager, Contributing Writer

February 27, 2020

Students had the opportunity to visit Randall Library and have a cup of joe with members of the Campus Police at their monthly event "Coffee with a Cop" on Feb. 12. Some of the Campus Police that were there were Major Christian Christian Bertram lll, Support Services Division Commander Captain Cynthia Deaco...

AIDS Memorial Quilt visits Wilmington

AIDS Memorial Quilt display in Randall Library on December 10.

Kassie Bild, Staff Writer

January 13, 2020

The cross-country journey of the AIDS Memorial Quilt made a stop at UNC Wilmington and the surrounding area. The AIDS Memorial Quilt was in Wilmington starting Nov. 30 and was in the area till Dec. 15. The quilt was brought by the Frank Harr and The NAMES Project. Over 30 panels of the quilt were...

Randall Library hosts Human Library Project

Photo (from left to right): Christopher Robinson, Outreach and Engagement Librarian and co-chair of the Randall Library Diversity Committee; Eva Sclippa, First Year Engagement Librarian and co-chair of the Randall Library Diversity Committee; Lisa Coats, Humanities Librarian

Fairley Lloyd, Assistant News Editor

April 11, 2019

The UNC Wilmington Randall Library Diversity Committee hosted a Human Library Project at the school’s library Tuesday to raise cultural awareness on campus, which was led, among many staff members, by Randall Library Diversity Committee co-chairs Christopher Robinson and Eva Sclippa. The Human Library...

Renovation and expansion of Randall Library planned

A visual design of Randall Library following renovations.

Tyler Newman, Assistant News Editor

February 2, 2019

Randall Library, UNC Wilmington’s only library, is set to undergo a physical overhaul in the coming years that involves renovating the old and expanding the new. The 169,000 square foot repository of knowledge, study space, archives and office space extends its vast footprint of building space a...

Staff, students displaced from parking due to construction

A sign reading

Jonny Berrios, Staff Writer

January 25, 2019

As of Dec. 7, Parking Lot G – located outside of Morton and Leutze Halls — is closed to faculty and staff. Due to the damage caused by Hurricane Florence during the fall semester, modular facilities were placed in the parking lot in order to allow further repairs around campus. “Florence put...

Advice from Sally Seahawk

Advice from Sally Seahawk

Sally Seahawk, Staff Writer

April 11, 2018

I’m currently drowning in schoolwork and I need tips on how to not procrastinate.  This is something that I’m pretty sure every college student needs tips on. I need tips on it myself. During these last few weeks, it seems as if every class has something big scheduled or due and it just keep...

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...

UNCW’s curious spending habits

Lanre Badmus, Contributing Writer

September 24, 2017

Editor's Note: Lanre Badmus is a junior at UNCW majoring in International Business with a minor in French. Lanre also works as a staff writer for The Seahawk. The opinions expressed in this article are solely those of the author. Staff writer Lanre Badmus may be found on Twitter @LonnyBadmon. All sug...

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